Appendix E: Full-Sized Images

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Figures 7.2 – 7.6 ▲ Different canoe types.
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Figures 7.8 & 7.9 ▲ House with fluted beams. Photos courtesy of the Royal BC Museum. All rights reserved.

 

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Figures 7.10 & 7.11 ▲ Lifting house beams.
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Figure 7.13 ▲ Berry picking basket.
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Figures 7.17 & 7.18 ▲ Garry Oak meadow and Blue Camas.
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Figures 7.19 & 7.20 ▲ Tracey Island clam garden.
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Figures 7.21 – 7.23 ▲ Digging and cooking clams.
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Figure 7.24 ▲ Ling Cod fishing.
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Figures 7.25 & 7.26 ▲ Traditional gillnet and reef net of the WSÁNEĆ (Saanich) Saltwater people.
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Figure 7.27 ▲ Herring spawn culture.
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Figures 7.28 – 7.30 ▲ Top Left: Northern Rice Root Lily; Bottom Left: Springbank Clover; Right: Pacific Silverweed.
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Figures 7.31 – 7.33 ▲ Top: Northern Rice roots and seed pod; Middle: Pacific Silverweed roots; Bottom: Sprinbank Clover roots.
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Figure 7.34 ▲ Idealized salt marsh cross-section.
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Figure 10.1 ▲ Seasonal wheel chart.
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Figures 13.1 – 13.3 ▲ Dzaxwan (oolichan).
Figure 13.6 ▲ Traditional oolichan net used where falling tide runs swiftly or in swift rivers. Similar nets were used by the Bella Coola, Tsimshian and Nisga'a.
Figure 13.6 ▲ Dzaxwan (oolichan) fishing.
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Figure 14.1 ▲ Ceremonial instruments of the Kwakwaka’wakw.
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Figure 14.2 ▲ Kwakwaka’wakw drum.
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Figure 14.3 ▲ Kwakwaka’wakw dancer with raven mask.
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Figure 14.12 ▲ Splitting a plank from a cedar tree.
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Figure 14.13 ▲ Splitting Cedar planks.

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