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It was very much in keeping with traditional art forms of the Haida, with the emphasis on lines and outlines of what is being portrayed.
Haida Shafiq bowling for the Durham Cricket Board Under-15s in their friendly with Yorkshire CB Under-15s at Hartlepool.
The analysis that follows is offered in that spirit: not as a definitive description of the contents of the Haida legal mind, but as an outsider's perspective on the Haida legal system.
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.
Davidson isn't recounting a fairy tale--he's casually explaining the regular presence of supernatural beings in Haida life.
The HSRC, which was started by the indigenous Haida people of western Canada in response to dwindling salmon stocks, has contested the raids and allegations of illegality.
In 2009, Haida delegates worked with museum officials as part of the project "Haida Material Culture in British Museums: Generating New Forms of Knowledge."
"It was felt across much of north-central B.C., including Haida Gwaii, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, and Houston.
The Queen Charlotte Islands, which are also known by their official indigenous name of Haida Gwaii, comprise about 150 islands located North of Canada's Vancouver Island.
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.
Summary: British Columbia [Canada], Jul 4 (ANI): An earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale struck the Haida Gwaii region here on Thursday morning.
Richardson Ranch is celebrating 100 years and seven generations of family history and growth from being a source of local beef on Haida Gwaii, to including a veterinary clinic and agricultural supply centre, and becoming a source of bulls for ranches throughout B.C.
This accessible history looks at six New Deal totem parks, built in Southeast Alaska between 1938 and 1942 by Tlingit and Haida men enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps, a work relief program.
In addition, small amounts of snow were observed in the delegations of Haida and Jedeliane.
The Constitution of the Haida Nation establishes accountability to community members somewhat differently.