5 edition of Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship found in the catalog.
Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship
by Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, Young People"s Foreward Movement Department in Toronto
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas Crosby.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 73838|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfiches (246 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||246|
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He wound up on the Canadian Pacific shore, living in a tree house and designing ocean-going canoes. The fact that his father was one of the greatest minds of the 20th century was icing on the ship.
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Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship. (Toronto, Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, Young People's Forward Movement Department, ), by Thomas Crosby (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Thomas Crosby is the author of David Sallosalton ([?]), Among the An-ko-me-nums, or Flathead tribes of Indians of the Pacific coast (), and Up and down the North Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship (), all published in Toronto.
2 Up and Down the North Pacific Coast by Canoe and Mission o: Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, Young People’s Foreward Movement Department, File Size: 97KB. Crosby published three volumes of memoirs about his work among B.C.'s First Nations, including David Sallosalton, named for an early protégé of Crosby's, a catechist from the Coast Salish people.
Up and down the North Pacific Coast by Canoe and Mission Ship describes his Lax Kw'alaams years. Following the arrival of Europeans on the Northwest Coast, the ancient First Nations arts of canoe design and navigation quickly went into decline, and for decades were nearly lost.
In the excerpt. Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship. Toronto, Can. Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, the Young People's Forward Movement Dept.
 (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Crosby.
Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship. Toronto, Can. Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, the Young People's Forward Movement Department  (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book.
Up And Down The North Pacific Coast By Canoe And Mission Ship () Paperback – Oct. 30 by Thomas Crosby (Author)Author: Thomas Crosby.
Northwest Coast Canoes. Members of the Tlingit Nation of Southeast Alaska board a dugout canoe, known as Raven Canoe. Photo by Jacquelyn Martin, Pacific Northwest canoes are both a sophisticated art form and a symbol of cultural identity, reflecting local needs, sea conditions, and skills.
Although there are a variety of canoe types. A Trip Up The Pacific Coast: Part 1. For many who cruise the West Coast, the lure of sun and tranquility in Mexico and points south is very compelling. Others, including me, are drawn to the Pacific Northwest and the overwhelming beauty of Puget Sound, the San Juan and Gulf Islands, British Columbia, and Southeast : Robert Scura.
At length a large Canoe with at least 20 Men in her got within 1/2 pistol shot of the quarter, and with a Nine pounder, loaded with langerege and about 10 Musketts, loaded with Buck shot, we dash’d her all to peices, and no doubt kill’d every soul in her.
The rest soon made a retreat. Boats migrate annually up and down the Pacific coast, faithfully following the sun. Life On The John Day.
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Up and down the north Pacific coast by canoe and mission ship 5/ 5 Among the An-ko-me-nums; or, Flathead tribes of Indians of the Pacific coast / 5 Indian Methodist hymn-book [microform] = Staylim-Paypa ta Methodist-Ts'hayilth: hymns used on the Fraser River Indian mission, of the Methodist Church, B.C.
Conference ; to which are appended /5(3). This canoe was designed to be able to navigate the rough open water of the Pacific Ocean. Like other canoes on the North West coast, the west coast canoe was constructed from a single red cedar log. However, unlike other models we have, the prow and stern were crafted as separate pieces and then fitting onto the main body of the canoe.
'Kings of the Yukon' is not a book, it is a journey. The author, in a canoe, has set out to try and understand the decline in the king salmon population over the years in Canada and Alaska. Paddling from the source to the mouth, some miles, Adam Weymouth, a Londoner, meets an array of river characters and listens to both their tales of woe /5.
Crosby published three volumes of memoirs about his work among B.C.'s First Nations, including David Sallosalton, named for an early protégé of Crosby's, a catechist from the Coast Salish people. Up and down the North Pacific Coast by Canoe and Mission Ship describes his Lax Kw'alaams years.
- .On November 1,the Russian brig Saint Nicholas wrecks just south of the mouth of the Quillayute River at latitude 47 degrees 56 minutes. Although the crew of 20 men and women makes it to shore safely, the party will battle with the Quileute tribe and will endure captivity by the Indians for the next two and a half years.The First Nations people of the Northwest Coast are renowned for their elegantly engineered canoes.
Ranging in length from three to twenty metres, canoes were essential for travel, transport, hunting, and trade. Different coastal communities developed distinctive styles to suit their particular needs. Each canoe is made from a single cedar log, carved and steamed into shape.