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  • The Tlingit (also sometimes known as the Tlinkit although this name is considered inaccurate) were a seafaring group of first nations who lived on the
    3 KB (518 words) - 18:16, 4 March 2011
  • wooden houses, seagoing whaling and war canoes and elaborately carved potlatch items and totem poles. Defensive Salish trenchwork defences from the 16th
    12 KB (1,906 words) - 02:18, 11 February 2012
  • ca/200701/anth1000y/PDF%20BY%206/getting_food.pdf Template:Potlatch bambooweb, http://www.bambooweb.com/articles/p/o/Potlatch.html ^ Cornell, Joseph D. "Slash and Burn
    70 KB (10,599 words) - 22:18, 18 June 2016
  • individual’s place in the social order. The public performance ended with a potlatch. With the principle of "hish-shuk-ish-tsawak" which means "All things are
    7 KB (1,166 words) - 20:27, 8 December 2015
  • from hiring caucasian women in the 1920's, and the banning of dancing and potlatch ceremonies by Aboriginal peoples in Canadian history. Hart, H.L.A
    9 KB (1,343 words) - 21:59, 18 July 2016
  • permanent villages possible as early as 1,000 B.C. The opulence of their “potlatch” gatherings remains a standard for extravagance and festivity probably
    37 KB (6,122 words) - 19:17, 12 January 2015
  • ca/200701/anth1000y/PDF%20BY%206/getting_food.pdf Template:Potlatch bambooweb, http://www.bambooweb.com/articles/p/o/Potlatch.html ^ Cornell, Joseph D. "Slash and Burn
    540 bytes (139,577 words) - 16:35, 27 December 2013