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About the Kwakiutl Indians __ "The Kwakiutl is a group of Indian tribes now living in British Columbia, whose culture is recognized for the artistic totem poles and ritualistic masks."  An overview. - illustrated - From -

Facts for Kids: Kwakiutl Indians (Kwakiutls, Kwak'wala) __ "Information about the Kwakiutl Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Kwakiutls." - From -

Free Kwakiutl Indian Pictures __ Gallery of click-to-enlarge historic photos of the Kwakiutl Indians. - illustrated - From -

Kwakiutl Indian Canoe __ "This site presents an historic image of Kwakiutl people in canoes, British Columbia, and a nice collection of historic photos." - illustrated - From -

Kwakiutl Indian Man __ "This web page has an important photograph of Yakotlus, Kwakiutl man, head-and- shoulders portrait, seated, facing right..." - illustrated - From -

Kwakiutl Indian Tribe History __ "Kwakiutl (according to their own folk etymology the name signifies 'smoke of the world', but with more probability it means 'beach at the north side of the river'). " A brief overview of Kwakiutl history. - From -

Kwakiutl Indians __ "Information about the Kwakiutl Indians for students and teachers. Covers food, homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Kwakiutls." - From -

The Kwakiutl, Indians of North America - Associated Content __ A detailed multi-page overview of Kwakiutl Indians, history, culture and more. - From -

Kwakiutl | Potlatch __ "Throughout native North America, gift giving is a central feature of social life. In the Pacific Northwest of the United States and British Columbia in Canada, this tradition is known as the potlatch." Learn about the Potlatch and its changing legal status. - illustrated - From -

Kwakwaka'wakw __ "The Kwakwaka'wakw (formerly known as the Kwakiutl) are an Indigenous group of First Nations, numbering about 5,500, who live in British Columbia on northern Vancouver Island and the adjoining mainland and islands."  An encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Kwakwala Language and the Kwakiutl Indian Tribe (Kwakwakawakw ... __ "Kwakwala language information and introduction to the culture of the Kwakwakawakw (Kwakiutl) Indians." - From - 


Native Americans: Kwakiutl __ A collection of online resources related to the Kwakiutl. - From - 

Native Americans: Kwakiutl Indian History and Culture __ You will find Culture, history, art, religion, and genealogy of the Kwakiutl Indians. - From -

Who were the Wakashan Kwakiutl? -Native American Indian Tribes ... __ "Kwakiutl society was divided into three main castes based on heredity: slaves, commoners, and nobles." A good overview based on a question. - From -



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