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    Kwakuitl Recipes
    Kwakiutl US - Northwest
    Genuine Kwakuitl Indian recipes from NW Coast circa 1914 -- You will probably want to try this recipe for boiled halibut heads & backbone. With etiquette tips included for chewing the bones and spitting them on the floor! Full instructions of how to cook a whale! In case you wanted to know; how to cook salmon guts! Another recipe: How to catch & cook sea slugs! (Including the correct thing to say as you bonk them on the head.) And the ever popular: How to cook fresh salmon!
    Northwest Coast: First person histories
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    Accounts / journals / ethnography - July 18, 1774 The Juan Perez' visit to Queen Charlotte Islands and later to Nootka Sound. / July 14, 1775 The Bodega y Quadra expedition, slaughtered in the surf at the hands of the Quinault. / March 30, 1778, The James Cook expedition receives a warm welcome at Nootka sound. / The 1790's, the maritime fur trading years. Ship based fur trade, the Indians had the upper hand. / March 20, 1799, William Sturges spends a night in a Haida village. / May 5th, 1799, The capture and the execution of a Tsimshian Chief. / 1828, From F.P. Wrangle's report, its finally safe to travel among the Tlingit. The 1830's, a struggle to establish a fur trading fort.




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