Elizabeth Derr Jacobs

Elizabeth Derr Jacobs (1903-1983) was an anthropologist specializing in the native cultures of the Pacific Northwest. Her fieldwork with the Nehalem Tillamook and southwestern Oregon Athabaskans made significant contributions to the linguistic, ethnographic, and folkloristic documentation of the Native peoples of western Oregon.

Books by this Author

The Nehalem Tillamook

The first book-length ethnography of any Western Oregon native group, The Nehalem Tillamook fills an important gap in what was previously known about southern Northwest...

| paperback | $21.95

Nehalem Tillamook Tales

(Told by Clara Pearson, recorded by Elizabeth Derr Jacobs, and edited by Melville Jacobs.) A collection of 60 lively, entertaining, and memorable Native American stories...

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