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American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
December 6, 2004 1:41 PM   Subscribe

"For 500 generations they flourished until newcomers came... much was lost; much was devalued, but much was also hidden away in the hearts of the dispossessed." Much that is now available in image and in writing at the University of Washington's "American Indians of the Pacific Northwest" Collection.
posted by jeffmshaw (5 comments total)

 
Huh. I thought that was a post about allowing new accounts on MeFi before I read the article.

Good link.
posted by flarbuse at 1:49 PM on December 6, 2004


Very witty.
posted by caddis at 2:37 PM on December 6, 2004


Hey! I used to work there!
posted by librarina at 5:27 PM on December 6, 2004


I liked the photos, particularly the totem poles. Surprised the Haida terriotory extended into Alaska - or that Alaska extended into Haida territory.

Thanks, jms.
posted by philfromhavelock at 9:24 PM on December 6, 2004


jms = jeffmshaw
posted by philfromhavelock at 9:25 PM on December 6, 2004


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