Bibliographies are provided for both individual languages and for the language family to which they belong. The language family bibliographies contain two kinds of items. First, they contain works that compare two or more languages of the family. Second, they contain works that discuss a single language that is a member of the language family but is not spoken in British Columbia. For example, Navajo is an Athabaskan language, but it is not spoken in British Columbia. Therefore there is no separate Navajo bibliography here. However, some works on Navajo are listed in the bibliography for the Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit language family.
The bibliographies for individual languages of British Columbia are intended to include all of the documentation for the language. In general, they do not include teaching materials other than university-level textbooks. We would appreciate any additions or corrections.