Salish


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a family of Mosan language spoken in northwestern United States and western Canada

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a member of a group of North American Indians speaking a Salishan language and living on the northwest coast of North America

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Averaging forty kilometers in width and stretching some three hundred kilometers from Vancouver and Victoria in the south to Powell River and Campbell River in the north, the North Salish Sea has long sheltered a bounty of habitable lands and rich maritime resources ideal for human settlement.
The Canadian Coast Guard and Canadian Armed Forces are leading the marine and air response to Exercise Salish Sea 2017, designed to help agencies and responders inter-operate in a simulated real-time environment.
This thought struck me when I celebrated my first Diwali in the household of Kerala-native Salish Sasibharan in Al Khail Gate community of Al Quoz.
The Pacific Harbor Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena vomerina) is an abundant and year-round cetacean in the Salish Sea (Ford 2014; Gaydos and Pearson 2011; Zier and Gaydos 2015).
maenas has not only thrived, but also spread to the central British Columbia coast around Bella Bella (detected 2011), Sooke Inlet on the Strait of Juan de Fuca portion of the Salish Sea (detected 2012), and northern Queen Charlotte Strait near Port Hardy (detected 2015) (Gillespie et al.
Picture Book | Salish Sea | Animals | Sea Creatures | Native Art
NATIVE NORTHWEST COAST ART | COAST SALISH FIRST NATIONS | SEA LIFE | ANIMALS | NATURAL WORLD | FIRST NATIONS CULTURE
Mots cles: Miller, regions frontalieres, pluralisme juridique, loi coutumiere, Salish du littoral, spectacle, appartenance tribale, peche
For example, a 55% graduation rate and an enrollment of 42 students in STEM programs is the only quantitative data provided to demonstrate the success of Salish Kootenai College, with little direct correlation of these numbers to the programs under discussion.
Pauline Flett, noted Spokane tribal linguist, pointed out to members of her Salish language class, the bead lines of a fully contoured beaded bag.
The conference was hosted on three unceded Coast Salish territories in and around Greater Victoria, drawing on PPP's long-time recognition of the many shared experiences and issues between Indigenous peoples of the South Pacific and the First Nations of Canada.
Luke Marston, grew up surrounded by the art of his parents--a Coast Salish artist and a carver of fine art--and became an indigenous master carver at a very young age.
An archeologist who has studied the Coast Salish village site at Dionisio Point on Galiano Island has dispelled the belief that First Nation people travelled great distances for the volcanic rock they used for tools.
Over the last decade, Montana's Department of Transportation, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and the feds have come up with a solution for reducing the deadly toll.
In conjunction with the acquisition, NorthWestern expects the 194-megawatt Kerr project to be transferred to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Reservation in September 2015 under the Kerr project's federal license.