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Cavanagh, Beverley.  1982.  Music of the Netsilik Eskimo: A study of stability and change. Vol. I.  Canadian Ethnology Service Paper, #82. Ottawa: National Museum of Man- Mercury Series.

Diamond, Beverley, M. Sam Cronk, and Franziska von Rosen. 1994. Visions of Sound. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Erickson, Vincent O. and Bruce G. Trigger, ed. 1978. “Maliseet- Passamaquoddy” in HANDBOOK OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS 15, p. 123- 136. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

Feld, Steven. 1990. Sound and Sentiment: Birds, Weeping, Poetics, and Song in Kaluli Expression. 2nd edition. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Files, Angela E. M. 1992. “Seven Native Cultural Groups of North America [Canada].” Pow Wow Time 1/1 (August 1992): 26-27.

Flannery, Regina. 1939. An analysis of Coastal Algonquian Culture.  Catholic University of America, Anthropological Series 7. Washington, D.C.,

Johnson, Frederick. 1943. Notes on Micmak Shamanism.  Primitive Man 16 (1943): 53-80.

Mechling, William Hubbs. 1917. The social and religious life of the Malecites & Micmaks, Harvard University. Ph.D. dissertation.

Rickman, David. 1984.  Northwest Coast Indians Colouring Book. New York: Dover Publications

Shearwood, Mrs. F. P. 1943. By Water & The Word.  Toronto: Macmillan.

Speck, Frank,G.. 1995.  Midwinter Rites of the Cayuga Longhouse. (1949). Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, ed. 1959 [1896 - 1901].  The Jesuit Relations & Allied Documents. New York: Pageant Books.  [Also available at www.canadiana.org]

von Rosen, Franziska and Margaret Paul. “Drum, Songs, Vibrations: Conversations with a Passamaquoddy Traditional Singer.”  Music of the First Nations, Tara Browner ed. forthcoming, University of Illinois Press.


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