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Marius Barbeau

Charles Marius Barbeau (ur. 5 marca 1883, zm. 27 lutego 1969) – kanadyjski etnograf i folklorysta.

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  • (1915) Huron and Wyandot Mythology. Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada/Commission Géologique du Canada.
  • (1923) Indian Days in the Canadian Rockies. Illustrated by W. Langdon Kihn. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (with Edward Sapir) (1925) Folksongs of French Canada. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • (1928) The Downfall of Temlaham. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (1929) Totem Poles of the Gitksan, Upper Skeena River, British Columbia. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada/Musées nationaux du Canada.
  • (1933) "How Asia Used to Drip at the Spout into America." Washington Historical Quarterly, vol. 24, pp. 163-173.
  • (1934) Au Coeur de Québec. Montréal: Zodiaque.
  • (1934) Cornelius Krieghoff: Pioneer Painter of North America. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (1934) La merveilleuse aventure de Jacques Cartier. Montréal: A. Levesque.
  • (1935) Grand'mère raconte. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (1935) Il était une fois. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (1936) The Kingdom Saguenay. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (1936) Québec, ou survit l'ancienne France. Québec: Garneau.
  • (with Marguerite and Raoul d'Harcourt) (1937) Romanceros du Canada. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (1942) Maîtres artisans de chez-nous. Montréal: Zodiaque.
  • (1942) Les Rèves des chasseurs. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (with Grace Melvin) (1943) The Indian Speaks. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (with Rina Lasnier) (1944) Madones canadiennes. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (1944) Mountain Cloud. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (1944-1946) Saintes artisanes. 2 vols. Montréal: Fides.
  • (1945) "The Aleutian Route of Migration into America." Geographical Review, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 424-443.
  • (1945) "Bear Mother." Journal of American Folklore, vol. 59, no. 231, pp. 1-12.
  • (1945) Ceinture flechée. Montréal: Paysana.
  • (1946) Alouette! Montréal: Lumen.
  • (1947) Alaska Beckons. Toronto: Macmillan.
  • (1947) L'Arbre des rèves (The Tree of Dreams). Montréal: Thérrien.
  • (1950; reissued 1990) Totem Poles. 2 vols. (Anthropology Series 30, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 119.) Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada. Przedruk, Musée canadien des civilisations, Gatineau, Quebec, 1990.
  • (1952) "The Old-World Dragon in America." In Indian Tribes of Aboriginal America: Selected Papers of the XXIXth International Congress of Americanists, ed. by Sol Tax, pp. 115-122. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • (1953) Haida Myths. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada.
  • (1954) "'Totemic Atmosphere' on the North Pacific Coast." Journal of American Folklore, vol. 67, pp. 103-122.
  • (1957) Haida Carvers in Argillite. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada.
  • (1957) J'ai vu Québec. Québec: Garneau.
  • (ed.) (1958) The Golden Phoenix and Other Fairy Tales from Quebec. Retold by Michael Hornyansky. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
  • (1958) Medicine-Men on the North Pacific Coast. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada.
  • (1958) Pathfinders in the North Pacific. Toronto: Ryerson.
  • (et al.) (1958) Roundelays: Dansons à la Ronde. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada.
  • (1960) Indian Days on the Western Prairies. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada/Musée national du Canada.
  • (1961) Tsimsyan Myths. (Anthropological Series 51, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 174.) Ottawa: Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources.
  • (1962) Jongleur Songs of Old Quebec. Rutgers University Press.
  • (1965-1966) Indiens d'Amérique. 3 vols. Montréal: Beauchemin.
  • (1968) Louis Jobin, statuaire. Montréal: Beauchemin.

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