By Mary Pelton, Jacquelle DiGennaro
Within the first a part of this ebook, the authors introduce us to the Tlingit tradition, heritage, land, and conventional artwork types. the second one half is a suite of twenty-two stories, from production myths and spiritual tales to tales that train familial values. A bibliography, an index, colour photos, and illustrations by means of conventional Tlingit artist Ts'anak are integrated. a good source for the multicultural lecture room or for a unit on American Indians.
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The white man's guns and his god defeated the Tlingit. In his right hand he holds a rolled document, signifying a long line of treaties. Page 2 The top figure shows the Northwest Coast Indian of today. He weighs his valuesthe old way against the new, the effect of technology and industry on the people and on the environment. The figure holds two long poles. The staff on the left is richly carved reflecting the texture of the cultural past. The staff on the right represents the future, thus it is yet to be carved (Alaska Natural History Association 1980).
The reduction of such a person to the status of property (a slave) was a disgrace that could only be removed by the payment of goods. An excessive overpayment removed this stigma more effectively. In "The Story of the Puffin," the father tries to buy his daughter's freedom from her captors with gifts of great value. Wars were occasionally fought for the sole purpose of capturing slaves. Ceremonies and Potlatches The long winter was a time of feasts, which played an important part in the lives of the Tlingit.
Tlingits placed great importance on the proper education of children in the history, manners, and customs of the clan. The father was not qualified to carry out this important function since he was not from his child's moiety or clan. Therefore, at about age six or seven, boys went to stay permanently with one of their mother's brothers, and there they learned the lore, the customs, and the history of their moiety and clan. In addition, young men were taught the use of medicinal plants, animal lore, fishing and seamanship skills, and the use of weapons.
Images of a People: Tlingit Myths and Legends (World Folklore Series) by Mary Pelton, Jacquelle DiGennaro