Loud whoops reverberated, spears waved, and deer hooves attached to ankles rattled as a dozen Tzinquaw Dancers of the Cowichan First Nation, their faces painted in fierce red stripes, hopped and swayed to the beat of drums. After the performance, visitors wandered among towering totems, watched carving demonstrations, savoured...
Long before the “100-mile diet” became the trendy new way to eat, Native American people of the Pacific Northwest were immersed in this way of eating. And little wonder, for they lived in an environment that was astonishingly bountiful. Forests overflowed with deer, elk, berries, flowers, seeds and Seas...
BEAVERTON, Ore.—Nike N7 has transformed into a movement for positive change by more than 350 Indian country movers and shakers who swelled NIKE World Headquarters for the April 18-20 2013 N7 Sport Summit.They share N7’s belief that sport has the power to transform.Sparked by visionary Sam McCracken (Fort Assiniboine...
If the food history of Coast Salish people were arranged as a timeline, past to present, it might look like this:
The distant past: traditional hunting and gathering;
The last century: reservations, assimilation and commodity foods;
Today: cheap, fast food.
A new exhibit at the Tulalip Tribes’ cultural center looks at food explain...
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