The Tlingit Indians

The Tlingit Indians

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This comprehensive study of the Tlingit Indians of southern Alaska and the coast of British Columbia is an edited version of manuscripts by the ethnographer G.T. Emmons compiled in the 1880s and 1890s. Extensive bibliography and illustrations.Chilkat snowshoes, Klukwan, probably of Athabaskan make, 1949. ... The netting in the middle space, i-yar-keek-tu [1], under the foot, was of coarse rawhide of moose, bear, or hair seal, quadrangular in ... was made by the man, and the netting was furnished and worked by the woman with a bone or wooden netting needle.

Title:The Tlingit Indians
Author: George Thornton Emmons, Frederica De Laguna
Publisher:University of Washington Press - 1991

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