The Tlingit clans of Southeast Alaska, in the United States, are one of the
indigenous cultures ... Known houses are listed beneath each clan. It is a
Information about the Tlingit Indians for students and teachers. Covers food,
homes, arts and crafts, weapons, culture, and daily life of the Tlingits.
Eyak, Tlingit and Haida divide themselves into moieties, while the Tsimshian
divide into ... The Northern Tlingit houses had fewer and shorter frontal totem
TLINGIT PLANK HOUSE. People live in towns with wood buildings. Some
houses were painted and shaped like this one. Long ago families lived together.
Most of the Tlingit population live in urban communities of southeastern Alaska,
though a significant number have made their homes all across the continent.
Chief Shakes Tribal House, a traditionally constructed Tlingit house in ... Beneath
the clans are houses (hít), smaller groups of people closely related by family, ...
The Tlingit people moved to Southeast Alaska from Interior regions. Although the
Tlingits ... Some villages had 12 such houses along the beach. In summer ...
A history and description of the Tlingit Indians of Alaska. ... or more villages which
was further divided into house groups which contained a number of families.
Northwest tribes included the Chinook, Haida, and Tlingit. The plank house was
typically square or rectangular with one door and no windows. These houses ...
Southern & central houses usually had a packed-earth floor, while the houses of
the Haida, Tlingit, & Tsimshian in the colder north often had planked wooden ...