Haida: Aboriginal Cultures Informational Article

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This nine page article covers the following topics about the Haida people:

♥ Location
♥ Tools and Weapons
♥ Food
♥ Clothing
♥ Travel
♥ Shelter
♥ Beliefs

Real images are used to supplement the information.

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Haida: Aboriginal Cultures Informational Article
Haida: Aboriginal Cultures Informational Article
Haida: Aboriginal Cultures Informational Article
Haida: Aboriginal Cultures Informational Article