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Henry Wellington Tate (circa 1860 – 1914) was an oral historian from the Tsimshian First Nation in British Columbia, Canada, best known for his work with the anthropologist Franz Boas. In Transmission Difficulties: Franz Boas and Tsimshian Mythology, the literary historian Ralph Maud expands further on the relationship between Henry Tate and Franz Boas.
December 2014 : RALPH MAUD 1928 – 2014
QUOTES OF NOTEThe Porcupine Hunter and Other Stories
Maud acts as restorer, stripping away attitudes and prosody to reveal the vitality of the original text.
— Vancouver Sun
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