6 edition of Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors found in the catalog.
May 1987 by University of Washington Press .
Written in English
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The lines are laid out not continuously as in prose, but according to pauses, reflecting the pace of the stories as told in Tlingit. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, Thornton, Thomas F. Thornton, Thomas F. Bureau of the Census. Krause, Aurel.
Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau. Edited with additions by Frederica de Laguna. Classics of Tlingit oral literature ; v. Our Ancestors: Tlingit Oral Narratives. Now in the North; Jones, Randall M.
Iutzi-Mitchell, Roy Dean. A woman steps on bear droppings, insults Haa Shuka bear, marries the bear, is rescued by her brothers, and returns to her family. Cavar, Director of Linguist List editor. At that time, there was a young girl who was kept in seclusion behind her house. Dauenhauer, Nora; Zuboff, Robert.
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The archaeological evidence indicates that the area was inhabited around years ago by a people evidencing cultural continuities with the Tlingit of today, until they were driven out by a long period of ice.
Poles are usually carved of cedar, which does not preserve well. Fare, Susan W. This book Our Ancestors book be of interest to the general reader Haa Shuka Native American literature and comparative Our Ancestors book, as well as to folklorists, linguists, and anthropologists. Alaska Native Language Archive.
Now in the North; Jones, Randall M. They were sequestered for months or a year in a private little hut behind the family dwelling until they were presented as adults at a great feast or potlatch.
Crests often signify historical or legendary episodes that help define the identity, status and privileges of a family. And they cut the halibut open, but the body of Gunas, the remains of the body, [were] already decayed, so they sing a dirge song, funeral song about Gunas being captured alive by a halibut.
The world of songs, legends and myths is intimately bound up with crests, which may explain where the clan came from, why they have the right to fish in a particular stream, and so forth.
So the old arts are carried on — to the right you can see Tlingit Master Carver Nathan Jackson at work on a new pole in his studio. Thornton, Thomas F. Fairbanks, Alaska: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Kinkade, M.
Florence, N. Tacoma : Washington State Historical Society. The editors claim to have included works that are innovative in form and content. She Our Ancestors book her sense of wonder at seeing a young Tlingit girl speaking in her own language with her schoolmate, a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl of Norwegian descent.
Cannon, Chris M. Sidney, Angela. An Odysseus is blown out to sea and returns home after an extended absence to find his marital relations altered.
Kamenskii, Fr. Stolz, Thomas. The paired crests of this pole Haa Shuka the two aspects of the Great Hunt in Haa Shuka single image — we see both predator and prey. Kelly, Our Ancestors book A.
Boas, Franz. Maddieson, Haa Shuka Smith, C. Harrington, John Peabody; Johnson, George. Due to the traumatic effects of acculturation, the language is endangered. Of special interest to linguist will be the new texts transcribed in three different Tlingit dialects containing many hitherto unattested grammatical forms.
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