Cultivating in the Northwest:
Gleaning the Evidence from the Tsimshian
Accepted for book on Aboriginal Cultivation on the Northwest Coast, edited by Nancy Turner and Doug Deur. 55 pages Ms
A History of the Traplines that
have once been Registered by Kitsumkalums
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Report No.5. 1982, 32 pages.
Households and Gender in Producing
a Base: The Unification of Kitsumkalum
Abstracts of the 9th Annual Meeting; Canadian Ethnology Society, 1982 page 197.
of the Nineteenth Century Economy of the Tsimshian
In Margaret Seguin (ed.), The Tsimshian Images of the Past, Views from the Present. Vancouver: U.B.C. Press. 1984 pages 40-54.
Kitsumkalum Land Use and Occupancy
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series No. 3, 1980-81, 70 pages.
Marginalization of the Tsimshian Cultural Ecology: The Seasonal Cycle
In Bruce Cox (ed.), Native Peoples, Native Lands, Carleton Library Series. Ottawa: Macmillan. 1987 pages 109-218.
Original Notes on Trapline Registrations
in Fish and Wildlife Offices, Terrace and Prince Rupert
Supplementary information to A history of traplines once owned by Kitsumkalums. Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project Report #5. Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project. Working Paper Series #15, 1988.
Simple Commodity Production and
the Subsumption of the Tsimshians Under Capital
Abstracts of the 10th Annual Meeting; Canadian Ethnology Society, 1983 pages 69-70.
Change and the Creation of Underdevelopment: A Northwest Coast Case
American Ethnologist 1994, 21:1: 152-175.c
Appendix to Map studies ..., Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project Working Paper Series #5 and Kitsumkalum land use and occupancy study, Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project Working Paper Series #3. Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project. Kitsumkalum Band Council 1980-85.
Trying to Make a Life: The Historic
Political Economy of Kitsumkalum
Ph.D. Dissertation. Vancouver: University of British Columbia 1985, 434 pages.