Gitxsan First Nation

Gitxsan (also spelled Gitksan) are an indigenous people of Canada whose home territory comprises most of the area known as the Skeena Coutnry in English. Git: means "people of" and Xsan: means "the River of Mist ". Gitksan territory encompasses approximately 53,000 square kilometres (20,000 sq mi) of land. The Nisga'a are their neighbours to the north.  Part of the Tsimshianic language group, their culture is considered to be part of the civilization of the Pacific Northwest Coast, although their territory lies in the Interior rather than on the Coast 

Princess of moon and Killer Whale Chief by Rupert Jeffrey

Princess of moon and Killer Whale Chief by Rupert Jeffrey

Princess of Moon who loves Killer Whale Chief, Rupert Jeffrey, Gitxsan Nation

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Mother Bear Totem by Rupert Jeffrey

Mother Bear Totem by Rupert Jeffrey

Mother Bear Totem by Rupert Jeffrey, Gitxsan First Nation

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Gitxsan Model Totem Pole, William Jeffrey

Gitxsan Model Totem Pole, William Jeffrey

Old Gitxsan Model Totem Pole by William Jeffrey

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Bear Dancer by Rupert Jeffrey

Bear Dancer by Rupert Jeffrey

Bear Dancer Mask by Rupert Jeffrey

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Killer Whale SUN MASK, Gitskan, Rupert Jeffrey

Killer Whale SUN MASK, Gitskan, Rupert Jeffrey

Killer whale SUN Mask by Rupert Jeffrey

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Cedar Sun Mask, Gitxsan, Rupert Jeffrey

Cedar Sun Mask, Gitxsan, Rupert Jeffrey

Gorgeous Sun Mask by Rupert Jeffrey

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Mother bear with cub and Beaver by Ray Wesley, gifted 1970

Mother bear with cub and Beaver by Ray Wesley, gifted 1970

1970, Ray Wesley's Mother Bear with cub and Beaver wall art, Tsimshian Nation

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Wolf, 40 inch, by Rupert Jeffrey

Wolf, 40 inch, by Rupert Jeffrey

WOLF by Gitskan Artist Rupert Jeffrey

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