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The story of a Tlingit community

Frederica De Laguna

The story of a Tlingit community

a problem in the relationship between archeological, ethnological, and historical methods.

by Frederica De Laguna

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Angoon (Alaska)
    • Subjects:
    • Tlingit Indians,
    • Angoon (Alaska)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 207-209.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.T6 D4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 254 p.
      Number of Pages254
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5814464M
      LC Control Number60060629
      OCLC/WorldCa1021052

        I liked Staley's quirky Cold Storage, Alaska, so was hoping to enjoy this intriguingly titled book, latch onto a new-to-me detective series set in Alaska, and learn a little about native Tlingit culture. But I found the alcoholic, on-again/off-again PI protagonist uninteresting and the plot plodding/5. The story is based off a Tlingit Indian legend from the Pacific Northwest, and tells the story of a young girl named Lapowinsa who makes fun of the moon and soon kidnapped into the sky. Her friend Lupan goes to rescue her by shooting arrows into the sky, which form a ladder/5.

      Filled with anecdotes, descriptions, and histories that are unique to the Tlingit community, this book is a document of cultural heritage, a tribute to the Alaskan landscape, and a moving testament to how going back—in nature and in life—allows movement by: 1. Natsilane (/ n oʊ t s aɪ ˈ k l ɑː n eɪ / noht-sy-KLAH-nay) is the human hero of the "Blackfish" creation myth, one of the Tlingit and Haida stories about how the various supernatural animal species from the Tlingit culture of the American Northwest coast were created. These stories follow an almost dreamtime-like description of humans and other animal species living completely harmoniously.

      Tlingit legend tells that groups of Tlingit once inhabited the Stikine, Nass, and Skeena river valleys during their migrations from the interior. There is a small group of Language family: Dené–Yeniseian?, Na-DeneTlingit. This is the story of the Tlingit National Anthem, a song that entwines our people with their past and keeps our ancient heritage alive. At potlatch ceremonies, Tlingit elders sing the anthem and tell how it came about-for many years in secret, for this ritual was long forbidden by the government-always passing the story on to the new generations.


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