Barry, P(atricia) S(teepee)
BARRY, P(atricia) S(teepee)
BARRY, P(atricia) S(teepee). Canadian (born United States), b. 1926. Genres: Poetry, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Anthropology/Ethnology, Art/Art history, History, Literary criticism and history, Military/Defense/Arms control, Illustrations. Career: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, NY, journalist, 1943-53; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, research assistant at School of Industrial and Labor Relations; performed biological field research in the western Canadian Arctic, 1959-69; University of Alberta, Edmonton, instructor in English, 1968-69, 1974-75; freelance writer, editor, and researcher. Province of Alberta, registered historian, Historical Resources and Site Services. Public speaker on drama, art, and historical topics. Exhibition of art works in Alberta galleries. Publications: The King in Tudor Drama, 1977; The Canol Project: An Adventure of the U.S. War Department in Canada's Northwest, 1985, rev. ed., 1998; Snow Geese of the Western Arctic, 1958-1983, 1985; Mystical Themes in Milk River Rock Art, 1991. Contributor of articles, stories, poems, songs, and drawings to periodicals. Address: 14322 Ravine Dr, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5N 3M3.