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July 17 , 2008

Haisla Legends


This book “H’aisla Legends” by Gordon Robinson of Kitamaat Village, B.C., was recorded into print for the first time in history from oral transmission through the ages. Gordon was a qualified school teacher graduating from Surpass College in Vancouver, and was a H’aisla historian. The true authors of the legends belong to the past. Published by Mark and Dale Robinson.

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