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Edith Bevan Cross lived in Sidney on Vancouver Island, and collected Northwest Coast artefacts between 1940 and 1960, when her collection was purchased by the Museum of Anthropology. Bevan-Cross travelled through several tribal regions collecting examples of representative culture. She thought that her interest in this collection may have been due to her contact as a child with Salish people who lived on a reserve that her family passed though to reach their summer camp at Cowichan Bay.