[Kwakwaka'wakw family with feast dish] - RBCM Archives
RBCM Indigenous Collections documentation for this photograph cites that photograph was taken at Alert Bay, identifies the people, and the feast di...
The symbolism of Kalyna in Ukrainian Culture
Kalyna (‘калина’ - viburnum) is the ethnic and national symbol of Ukraine, which represents beauty, love, motherhood, blood, the immortality of family, fire, national resurgence, womanhood, life, love for the homeland etc. This is an encoding mechanism in Ukrainian ethnic culture, the color of the ‘nation’s soul’, the core of the Kozak spirit and the symbol of national unity. In early summer viburnum bushes covered with white buds among green leaves resemble a bride in white dress. Viburnum…
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lamus-dworski - Posts tagged folklore Uncovering Poland: culture, folklore, history, archaeology, arts, curiosities, and more. Main blog at lamusdworski.wordpress.com
Skokomish Indian chiefs daughter, 1913
Also known as the Twana, the Skokomish, are a Native American tribe in western Washington state. The tribe lives along Hood Canal, on the west side of the Kitsap Peninsula and the Puget Sound basin. Historically, the Twana were hunters, fishers, and gatherers who had a nomadic lifestyle during the warmer months, while living in more permanent homes during the winter months. Photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1913