The structure of Twana culture
Washington State University Press, 1992 - History - 576 pages
This remarkable account of Washington's Twana Indians contains the most complete body of information compiled on any Native American group in the southern coast Salish region.
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The Twana Indians
The Yurok Indians A L Kroeber
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