Hill-Tout, Charles

HILL-TOUT, Charles, anthropologist (b 28 Sept 1858, Buckland, England; d 30 June 1944, Vancouver). He is known as BC's leading amateur ethnologist. In 1890 he moved to VANCOUVER, where he worked as a private-school teacher. He later moved to a farm in the FRASER VALLEY, and he carried out studies of SALISHAN FIRST NATIONS groups and surveyed the famous MARPOLE MIDDEN. He was elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 1913. His publications include Later Prehistoric Man in British Columbia...

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