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First Nations totem poles at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park in Vancouver, Canada via @rtwgirl

Vancouver Travel Tips: Useful Information For Your Trip

The Haida are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. #BC

Why You Should Travel to Haida Gwaii, Canada

The Haida are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America, including British Columbia. In Canada, actually, the Haida are the quintessential West Coast First Nations group, and their artwork is immediately recognizable.

Northwest Coast Tribes Map

Northwest Coast Tribes Also known as Pacific Northwest Coast Tribes Location: Oregon

Haida man standing in front of a Haida home with totem, wood shavings in foreground, in the village of Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village), by Edward DeGroff, circa 1880s.

Haida man standing in front of a Haida home with totem, wood shavings in foreground, in the village of Gáwk’yaan (also known as Howkan village), by Edward DeGroff, circa 188

american indians of the pacific northwest  Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Kwakiutl totem pole in front of house, Alert Bay, British Columbia, ca :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

You are looking at an artistic picture of Nimkish (Namgis) Village Alert Bay. It was created in 1914 by Edward S. Curtis.    The picture presents Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka'wakw) village, with totem poles, Alert Bay, British Columbia.    We have created this collection of illustrations primarily to serve as a valuable educational tool. .

Nimkish village at Alert Bay,Kwakiutl village,totem poles,British

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