Haida


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a member of a seafaring group of North American Indians who lived on the Pacific coast of British Columbia and southwestern Alaska

the Na-Dene language of the Haida

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In North America, it is known as a sporophyte only in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands), British Columbia, Canada.
The cedar-clad exterior of the Walter Soboleff building, built by SHI, will feature huge, forty-foot panels designed by Haida artist Robert Davidson that will give the center a dramatic facade unlike any other structure in Southeast Alaska.
The Council of the Haida Nation, however, warned the ship could run aground by Friday evening.
Canada's most successful destroyer, the HMCS Haida (G63), sank more tonnage than any other Canadian warship in World War II.
Haida Shafiq bowling for the Durham Cricket Board Under-15s in their friendly with Yorkshire CB Under-15s at Hartlepool.
They describe the circumstances that brought all parties together, preparations for the visit, moments of encounter, reflecting on the visit, maintaining relationships into the future, the complicated relationships as they are and as they might be, and Haida Gwaii's work with the museum.
3) Haida Nation v British Columbia (Minister of Forests), 2004 SCC 73, [2004] 3 SCR 511.
In 2009, Haida delegates worked with museum officials as part of the project "Haida Material Culture in British Museums: Generating New Forms of Knowledge.
Natural Resources Canada said in a statement that the quake was felt across much of North-central British Columbia, including Haida Gwaii as the Queen Charlotte Islands are also called, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, and Houston.
Earthquakes Canada said the quake in the Haida Gwaii region has been followed by numerous aftershocks as large as 4.
The 50-metre vessel was spotted by the crew of an aircraft on routine patrol of waters off Haida Gwaii, formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands.
L'histoire sociale comme la valeur esthetique de l'art Haida sont des sujets souvent de conflits ou sont marques par un manque de clarte.
Haida Enterprise, a Canada-based company, has announced the acquisition of West Coast Resorts.
Summary: Muhammad Haida, secretary-general of the Committee for the Residents, said the committee, representing the city dwellers, had drawn the attention of the authorities to a number of their demands, but no steps were taken to address any of them.
When interviewing a Haida Elder in 1999, about the role of the arts in the revitalization of Haida culture, I only asked about "Haida" songs.