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By George F. MacDonald

ISBN-10: 0774801638

ISBN-13: 9780774801638

Ninstints, situated on Anthony Island, one of many smallest and such a lot southerly of the Queen Charlotte chain, includes the vestiges of the good wood constructions and homes of the Kunghit Haida those that deserted the village within the past due 1800s. George MacDonald combines archival fabric and medical and photographic proof to checklist what's identified of the historical past of Ninstints and its humans. information are given in their homes, in their nice chiefs, and eventually in their exodus from Ninstints.

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BCPM Protecting the Heritage of Ninstints The first steps to protect the heritage of Ninstints began when Charles Newcombe made a thorough photographic inventory of the village between 1897 and 1913. His sketch maps and notes of identification of monuments and houses amplify the rich record that forms the baseline for studies of this village. Newcombe was unable to collect actual monuments from the village because of its remoteness, but he did collect many of the items that had been brought from the village by the last inhabitants.

The nose of the large human figure has been slotted to receive an attachment. UBCMOA (H. Hawthorn), 1957 39 Fig. 57 Interior post at back of House 17, now at the UBC Museum of Anthropology. The figure at the top is a human embracing a hawk and a bear cub; at the base is a bear embracing a human. Small frogs emerge from the bear's ears. F. Newcombe), 1901 Fig. 58 Detail of House 17 interior post. UBCMOA (B. McLennan), 1983 Fig. 59 (right) Mortuary post 18x2, depicting grizzly bear and human infant.

However I was too well guarded against supprize, for them to have been victorious. There is no doubt that the Kunghit Haida, especially under the direction of Koyah, were a warlike people—in some ways this was a necessary quality to ensure their survival in their rugged environment. However, this attribute should not be overstressed. The words of trader William Sturgis, contradicting the opinion of an early historian, provide a more balanced view (Howay 1925: 309): He ascribes it (Indian violence towards traders) to the treachery and ferocity of the Indians; I, with better opportunities for investigating and ascertaining the truth, find the cause in the lawless and brutal violence of white men; and it would be easy to show that these fatal disasters might have been averted by a different treatment of the natives and by prudence and proper precaution on the part of their civilized visitors.

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