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Metal by Geoff Ridenour. S)

Metal by Geoff Ridenour. S)

New Album from Florence and the Machine. Definately worth checking out.

Ceremonials

New Album from Florence and the Machine. Definately worth checking out.

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br>  Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br> Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br>  Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br> Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

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From Visual Overdose, via "gildedghosts" // Submit your image on http://dcult.net/dcnsubmit

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br>  Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

Gwa'yi village, also known as Kingcome, is the home of the Dzawada’enuxw (Tsawataineuk) People or “People of the oolichan place”. It is located a few kilometers up the Kingcome River from the head of Kingcome Inlet.<br><br> Gwa'yi holds special significance because it became a refuge for the practice of potlatching during the Canadian government's ban on the gift giving ceremony between 1885 and 1951. During the winter months when these ceremonials occurred, the villa...

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