The mythology Haida-Tlingit-Tsimshian includes the following Native American peoples: Haida, Tlingit, Tsimshian
The Haida are a Native American people of the west coast of Canada and the northern United States, as well as southeastern Alaska, along the Pacific coast, and in the Haida Gwaii Archipelago in particular. The Haida have occupied the Haida Gwaii Archipelago in British Columbia since the end of the Ice Age, and the population there is said to have started to be significant 5,000 years ago.
The Tlingit are an indigenous ethnicity of North America, more specifically an indigenous people of Alaska. They occupy Southeast Alaska, a territory that includes the coastal area of Southeast Alaska and the islands facing it.
The Tsimshians (Sm'algyax: Ts'msyan) are an indigenous people of North America. Their communities originate from the Skeena River estuary (the name Tsimshian means "People of the Skeena River"), around the present-day towns of Terrace and Prince Rupert in British Columbia, before settling in the 19th century.e century on Annette Island, southern Alaska, in Metlakatla.
Haida-Tlingit-Tsimshian mythology (texts)
Books on Penutian Mythology
Comics / Illustrated:
In French :
Only in English:
- Heroes and Heroines in Tlingit Haida Legend
- Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors: Tlingit Oral Narratives
- How a Mountain Was Made: Stories
- Two Bear Cubs: A Miwok Legend from California's Yosemite Valley
- The Ohlone Way: Indian Life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area
- Hear Me, My Chiefs! Nez Perce History and Legend