August Jack Khatsahlano
August Jack (Khatsahlano, Xats'alanexw) (July 16, 1867 – June 5, 1971) was an Indigenous/Aboriginal chief of the Sḵwxwú7mesh (Squamish). He was born in the village of Xwayxway on the peninsula that is now Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In his later years, he lived in multiple Sḵwxwú7mesh villages including Xwemelch'stn, Sta7mes, and, most notably, Senakw.
Khahtsahlano became famous for recording his people's oral history and working closely with many of Vancouver's first settlers. His talks, Conversations with Khahtsahlano, 1932-1954, were transcribed by J. S. Matthews, City Archivist of Vancouver, and are now available online.
- The History of August Jack, August Jack Motor Inn
- Matthews, James Skitt (1955). Conversations with Khahtsahlano, 1932-1954. Vancouver, BC. Retrieved 2012-11-15.
- "Vancouver History: Chief August Jack Khatsahlano » Vancouver Blog Miss604". Retrieved 2012-11-15.