Teit, presented in Leslie Teppers Interior Salish
Tribes of British Columbia, Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1987.
Named after her home, British Columbia's Nicola Valley, children's book author Nicola Campbell is Interior Salish
on her mother's side and Metis from Saskatchewan on her father's side.
Cree/Metis from Saskatchewan on her father's side and Interior Salish
of Nle7kepmx (Thompson) and Nsilx (Okanagan) ancestry on her mother's side, Nicola Campbell grew up in BC's Nicola Valley surrounded by family.
The Plateu Tribes are comprised of the Interior Salish
and the Kootenay.
of British Columbia) presents the personal reminiscences of four female St'at'imc elders who are among the last remaining fluent speakers of St'at'imcets, a Northern Interior Salish
language spoken in British Columbia.
Salish Elders, a new book by photographer and author Wim Tewinkle, captures snippets of memories from 21 Elders of the Interior Salish
Nation in British Columbia.
The term "Indian Princess" is used frequently by Interior Salish
storytellers (the Interior Salish
are people of the Columbia Plateau living generally above the 47th parallel).
In addition, van Eijk (1988) has reported for the Interior Salish
language Lillooet that the combination of the transitivizers -s/-an and the reflexive -cut yields the meaning 'pretend, act like': (22)