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Tahltan "Diving Raven" button tunic. Date unknown. Wool cotton, silk, glass beads, shell buttons. Royal BC Museum. @briarpatched

Tahltan "Diving Raven" button tunic. Date unknown. Wool cotton, silk, glass beads, shell buttons. Royal BC Museum. @briarpatched

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Christi Belcourt

Christi Belcourt

Top right: 1880 Tahltan (First Nations) Powder horn at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location

Top right: 1880 Tahltan (First Nations) Powder horn at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location

~Following Tradition~ A Tahltan Inspired Bandolier Bag: Beaded with traditional Tahltan symbols and floral beadwork by Carmen Dennis (Tahltan)

~Following Tradition~ A Tahltan Inspired Bandolier Bag: Beaded with traditional Tahltan symbols and floral beadwork by Carmen Dennis (Tahltan)

Tahltan (Telegraph Creek, British Columbia), Bandolier Bag, beads/wool/leather, c. 1880.

Tahltan (Telegraph Creek, British Columbia), Bandolier Bag, beads/wool/leather, c.

thursdayofravens:  Phil Gray, Red Cedar Raven Panel, Northwest Coast Native

Phil Gray, Red Cedar Raven Panel, Northwest Coast Native Art ~Via Ginny Christensen

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