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Charles Edenshaw, Haida. Bracelet c. 1880, restored/re-engraved by Bill Reid c. 1980. Museum of Anthropology at UBC

Bill Reid: gold and fossilized ivory bracelet, 1964. From "Bill Reid" by Doris Shadbolt.

Bill Reid

Model Pole, c. 1890. (Argillite) | by Charles Edenshaw | photo © The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Charles Edenshaw Bear Bracelet. From

Charles Edenshaw

Haida Totem | The Haida people are an indigenous people of British Columbia, Canada and British North America.

John Gwaytihl (Haida). Mask of a young girl, c. 1880. Courtesy of the Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History, New York.

Haida polychrome wood headdress

Cormorant Bracelet, late 19th century « Charles Edenshaw

Sea Bear Mask, late 19th century. Haida. The Metropolitan Museum

unknown Haida artist (Haida), Rattle, ca. 1850, maple wood and leather Portland Art Museum

Haida designs

Haida bird rattle at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Haida Female Figure ca 1830/Haida/Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia Fenimore Art Museum

A FISH CLUB, PROBABLY HAIDA | The HAIDA Indians are original people of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Their homelands are the islands near the coast of southern Alaska and northwest British Columbia, particularly the Haida Gwaii archipelago and Prince of Wales Island.

NYC - National Museum of the American Indian - Haida house post by wallyg, via Flickr

Robert Davidson ( Haida ) - I Am You and You Are Me

Clapper in Form of a Fish with Human Head for Finger Lever. Charles Edenshaw, Haida, 1834-1924. Medium: Cedar wood, pigment. Dates: pre-1864.

April Churchill & Robert Davidson (Haida, Alaska), Basket, Paint/Plant Fiber, c. 1983. http://suchasensualdestroyer.tumblr.com/post/12517083185/april-churchill-and-robert-davidson-haida

http://www.nativeonline.com/wpe14b.jpg haida northwest native american feather wing styles