Cottie Burland's North American Indian Mythology (London: Paul Hamlyn, 1965)compares mythology and describes tribal traditions and customs in relation to their spirituality from across main North American Aboriginal cultures. Burland aims to show how closely their myths are related. Twenty-six pages of the book are dedicated to myths of the Pacific West Coast.

[BCBW 2016] "First Nations" "Mythology" "Folklore"