Ceepee and the Fish Camp
Written by Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Heritage Society | Illustrations by Cliff Mann and Jennifer Annaïs Pighin
Dakelh translations by Edith Frederick
Ceepee and the Fish Camp tells the story of Ceepee, a young Lheidli girl, and her family as they travel around their territory gathering food and resources through the seasons.
This work incorporates Dakelh vocabulary words from Lheidli Elder Edith Frederick; her voice can be heard in the audio clips below.
Dakelh Vocabulary & Pronunciation Guide
bets’ukaih (dip net)
bulhtus (her sister)
bulhutsi (her brother)
Lheidli (where two rivers flow together)
Lhtakoh (many waters flow into one)
lhukw ba nits’unih (fish camp)
talukw nadleh (salmon run)
The fourth book in the Huble children's book series; more information about other titles can be found here.
Ceepee and the Fish Camp is financially supported by the Province of British Columbia, Northern Health, and Regional District Fraser-Fort George Endowment Fund (Area G).