Aaron Mclean
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In the mythology of the Haida people of western Canada, Gyhldeptis is the Goddess of the Cedar Forests. The Tlingit and Haida tribes of Alaska considered her a beneficent Forest Goddess who protected the people of the coastal forests. Her name means 'Lady of Hanging Hair', which is derived from the long flowing moss that trails from the branches of the Cedar trees She represented.

Universe 2015 - Ashley Callingbull, Cree First Nations woman from the Enoch Cree Nation in the province of Alberta. Defender of First Nations rights.

Warrior's headdress | Plains Indians or Great Basin (USA) | Eagle feathers, fabric and beads | ca. 1870 - 1880

Warrior's Headdress -- Circa -- Plains Indians or Great Basin -- Eagle feathers, fabric & beads.

Apache Tears FREE Pattern

Apache Tears FREE Pattern Dc= single crochet / Dtr= treble crochet / 5 m m hook / 8 ply yarn

Bear Totem, Native American Inspired, Paw print, Brown and Orange, Delica Glass Loom Beaded Bracelet

Bear Totem, Native American Inspired, Paw print, Brown and Orange, Delica Glass Loom Beaded Bracelet