Rin Kaiho's Dictionary of Basic Fuseki, Vol. 3 PDF

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The most important connection between Wolves and Ravens, however, was that a member of one group was rewas a quired to choose a mate from the other group. Every marriage ARCHBISHOP MITTY HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY San Jose, California PRESTIGIOUS AT} V_U-/i\l\ S HEADGEAR k *-\ Generations of North- T^ r have displayed west Coast Indians their totems on various surfaces, including houses, blankets, and weapons. Among the most valued of all such totems is the clan crest hat. Carved, usually of cedar, or woven of spruce root and decorated with the im- age of an animal or supernatural being associated with the clan, the headpiece appeared only at potlatches and other important events.

Large, on a in familiar which that whose son would then legacy. the Coast Salish By and in this lost to the family forever. without heirs, they sometimes conferred an important tion the nu- could confer bounty on others were worthy of a title, object whose husband of his father or mother at a potlatch sponsored by his household. The purpose of the object, beginning of the all-powerful. their daughter, would claim an ancestral crests, privileges, maym in trust for his it still were passed on without male heirs might confer a to sit or stand during pot- spirits at the these humanlike creatures were In general, came was to Kwakiutl legend, the seats and Chinook, social organiza- an individual's status had do with inheritance than with demonstrated talent.

On in him under the Raven crest. The boy's sister, for her part, would remain with her mother and father through puberty, after which she would marry a Wolf and go to live with him in his household, while maintaining her his Raven and bequeathing to her children. back is a tableau of a raven lending power to a man identity as a through with affiliation passing from mother to child. Here, as its beak. it The Tsimshian and Haida organized themselves along similar lines, among the Tlingit, LEGACY OF THE RAVEN 53 a boy the who went to live with his customs and crest.

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