Interior Salish Art

Interior Salish Art

Interior Salish - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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I’d like to acknowledge that this article was produced on unceded coast salish territories. but what does that mean? if you’ve attended public events in vancouver or victoria in the past few years, you’ve probably heard an acknowledgement like this.. The ozette indian village archeological site is the site of an archaeological excavation on the olympic peninsula near neah bay, washington, united states.the site was a village occupied by the ozette makah people until a mudslide inundated the site around the year 1750. it is located in the now unpopulated ozette indian reservation. the 22 mile long hoko-ozette road, accessed via washington.

Northwest coast art is the term commonly applied to a style of art created primarily by artists from tlingit, haida, heiltsuk, nuxalk, tsimshian, kwakwaka'wakw, nuu-chah-nulth and other first nations and native american tribes of the northwest coast of north america, from pre-european-contact times up to the present..

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