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Suttles, Wayne P. 1987. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Kennedy, Dorothy and Randy Bouchard. Plateau society was communal and generally free of classes (unlike the Northwest Coast people). After one or several nights of dancing and administering to the needs of the sick, the host or hostess presents their guests with gifts. In the Plateau, the four nations of the Interior Salish include the Secwepemc (or Shuswap), Stl’atl’imc (or Lillooet Stl’atl’imc), Nlaka'pamux (sometimes known as Thompson), and Okanagan (or Syilx). Get this from a library! The Northwest Coast Indian peoples, who lived in the Pacific Northwest, can be classified into four units, or “provinces.” The northern province includes speakers of Tlingit , Haida , Tsimshian , and the Tsimshian-influenced Haisla (northernmost Heiltsuq or Kwakiutl ). Even though the plateau region of Canada was one of the smaller areas, it was still very diverse in terms of geography. Obligatory sharing and economic egalitarianism formed the basic ethos of the society. Native Americans of the Northwest Plateau. Preserving food was critical to ensure survival, and the entire community was involved in this activity. Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific -- Juvenile literature. The influential Aboriginal organization the Allied Tribes of British Columbia was established in 1916 by several Interior Salish First Nations that were assisted by ethnographer James Teit. The Sinkiuse-Columbia are a Native American tribe so-called because of their former prominent association with the Columbia River. Within each community, sharing of food, and other resources was expected. The E-mail Address(es) you entered is(are) not in a valid format. Variations were found from area to area, for example, the pit could be circular, square-shaped or oval; the roof conical, pyramidical or almost flat; and the entrance either a hole in the centre of the roof (which also served as an exit for smoke) or a door at the side of the roof. The mid- to late 1970s saw the establishment of powerful Aboriginal councils in the Canadian Plateau, organized along linguistically defined lines and consisting of several bands. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. However, much of the Plateau peoples’ culture and language, both oral and written, was lost through generations of assimilative practices such as the residential school system. 1986. At the same time, diseases such as measles, influenza and smallpox swept through Aboriginal settlements, killing thousands. At such times the people had to travel farther and work harder to survive. This ceremony, along with the Sun Dance, points to the relationship of the Ktunaxa people with the Plains people. Women's responsibilities included preparing food for meals and for winter storage, harvesting plants, maintaining the home and caring for small children. Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts ChallengeThe website for the Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts Challenge, which features Canada's largest essay writing competition for Aboriginal youth (ages 14-29) and a companion program for those who prefer to work through painting, drawing and photography. Native American - Native American - The Plains and Plateau culture areas: The European conquest of North America proceeded in fits and starts from the coasts to the interior. The territory of the Plateau people also included expanses of forests, and many natural waterways (rivers and lakes). Pit houses were less common in the Ktunaxa area of the Plateau, where hide-covered tipis were used in addition to the other dwelling types. They were picked for different roles, such as hunting or warfare, because of their personal abilities and knowledge. Mats and baskets woven for utilitarian purposes were often similarly adorned. The first step in constructing a pit house was to dig a 1-2 metre deep pit into the ground using a wooden digging stick or an elk scapula shovel. 1/2 Bolt Hanger, Www City Of Greater Sudbury, Who Sang Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Foo Fighters Walk Guitar, Juventus Vs Novara, Kitchenaid Kc2ts10st Tri-ply 10-piece Set, Stainless Steel Finish, " />
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