Bibliography of Materials on the
Heiltsuk (Bella Bella) and Oowekeeno (Owikyala) are considered to be dialects of the
same language, a language that has no traditional name.
- Boas, Franz (1928)
- Bella Bella Texts.
(Columbia University Contributions to Anthropology 5).
- Boas, Franz (1932)
- Bella Bella Tales.
(Memoirs of the American Folklore Society 25).
- Howe, Darin Matthew (2000)
- Oowekyala Segmental Phonology.
Ph.D. dissertation, The University of British Columbia.
- Rath, John C. (1974)
- "On the phonological description of the Heiltsuk language,"
Dutch contributions to the 9th International Conference on Salish languages.
- Rath, John C. (1981)
- A Practical Heiltsuk-English Dictionary.
Ottawa: National Museum of Man.
(Canadian Ethnology Service, Mercury Series Paper No. 75).
- Wilson, Stephen (1987)
- "The Development of Tones in Heiltsuk,"
Berkeley Linguistics Society
- Windsor, Evelyn Walkus (1982)
- Oowekeeno Oral Traditions as Told by the Late Chief Simon Walkus, Sr.
edited by Susanne Hilton and John Rath.
Ottawa: National Museum of Man. Mercury Series 84.
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