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persistence of aboriginal beliefs and practices among the Nooksack Coast Salish

Pamela Amoss

persistence of aboriginal beliefs and practices among the Nooksack Coast Salish

by Pamela Amoss

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salish Indians

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Pamela Thorsen Amoss. --
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2, iii, 231 leaves
    Number of Pages231
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13581866M
    OCLC/WorldCa6584241

    Navajo artist illustrates Thorpe book. Indian Country TodayJanu , sect.C, p.3, col.4 Alliance prepares for Sundance Film Festival. Indian Country TodayJanu , sect.C, p.6, col.1 Modern movie set in California. U.S. success beckons Susan Aglukark. A family gathering:gala '95 at the American Indian Community House. The natural environmenta tribes ancestral land or the new land on a reservation following relocationaccounts for most differences among tribes with respect to cultural land practices, social structure, economic programs and resource use, material culture, origin and migration stories and myths, and ceremonial life.

    59 11/23/ 11/16/ 35 11/16/ 83 90 9/28/ 10/26/   These Indians also took spring, silver and humpback salmon and steelhead by gill nets and harpoons near the mouth of the Nooksack River, and steelhead by harpoons and basketry traps on Whatcom Creek. They trolled the waters of the San Juan Islands for various species of salmon. [FPTO § ; Ex. USA, pp. ; Ex. G, pp. II]

    Although most Coast Salish perhaps were not truly ocean-going, their villages often clustered around river mouths opening into the salt water, usually in sheltered bays and inlets, and by extension they also settled at the mouths of creeks emptying into the large rivers. Probably only the Klallam and Quinault were whalers among the Coast Salish. The sources and processes of development of early culture on the coast are shrouded in mystery and myth. It is known that they had ceremonies, mythologies, rock art, and tooth pendants. Shamanic animism and the beliefs and practices associated with the .


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Persistence of aboriginal beliefs and practices among the Nooksack Coast Salish by Pamela Amoss Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coast Salish Native American History by WhatcomLocalHistory - a community-created list: Materials relating to the Coast Salish people of Whatcom County, Washington The Persistence of Aboriginal Beliefs and Practices Among the Nooksack Coast Salish.

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Coast Salish people, like many other indigenous communities, resist, defy and directly engage these competing cultural visions of the land. Coast Salish people are no more able to turn their backs on the colonial processes that have attempted to alienate the land and resources than they are able to cease being-in-the-world as a Coast Salish person.

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With the Coast Salish economy of affection justified and named, Chapter 8: Xwíléxmet recognises that the process of naming is a form of honouring and “standing up” the economy is a way of incorporating the Teachings discussed in Chapter 2 to recognise the spiritual aspect of Coast Salish economy.

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