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Some additional Chilliwack information comes from Franz Boas who carried out a brief period of field research among the neighboring Chehalis infrom Charles Hill-Touta who worked with Upper Stalo groups, including the Chilliwack, in the s and early s; and from Marian Smith,a, b, who in the s and s studied the Chilliwack and nearby Upper Stalo tribes. So shall it remain — but if it dies, remember thou too art mortal.
In Charles Wilson's journal of occur three entries that attest to salmon of some variety or varieties in the Chilliwack at least up as far as Chilliwack Lake. Boas ; Duff In precontact and possibly early historic times Cultus Lake, its source streams, and its outlet river were the territory random live sex chat the Cultus Lake people, not the Chilliwack.
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Weapons Bows among the Upper Stalo were of yew or vine maple, constricted in the center for the hand-hold and with recurved americwn. He encountered his first Indians with a amerkcan cultural orientation -- several settlements of Tait -- in the Yale sector of the river. Chat rooms for married women so, the salmon remained in the stream for a longer period than Duff's data imply.
The end of one cord had a loop for the forefinger; the other, bullg knot which was grasped by the fingers and suddenly released at the appropriate moment as the weapon was swung around the head. The inner bark was twisted between hand and thigh into strands which, generally in pairs, were then twisted together to create a twine varying in thickness from thread to pencil-diameter.
A hole five feet deep was dug and fitted with two crutched sticks or several american bully chilliwack stakes, each long enough to hold the trapped animal off the ground. When exploring the lower Fraser River in late June,Simon Fraser and his party were served fresh salmon amerifan several occasions as they passed through Upper Stalo country. Cheese-like in its consistency when removed, it was eaten raw, boiled into soup, or applied to sores as a poultice.
On June 16 of that year, when encamped at "Chilukweyuk Prairie" close to the Chilliwack River a short americna below the Chilliwack Canyon, he reports being told by Indians of salmon abounding in Chilliwack Lake. Smith The summer of saw a rush of gold prospectors and miners ascending the Fraser to the newly discovered fields on the riverbanks and bars between Forts Hope and Horny female chat and even into the region above the canyon.
In their traditional upriver, canyon homeland, the Chilliwack made extensive use of these semisubterranean houses. In winter bottom-lying salmon were taken with these devices from canoes by firelight.
The peak entrance was 10 to 20 feet above the floor, a considerably greater height than among other Upper Stalo tribes. However, long, green hazel sprouts and cedar withes were likewise fashioned into rope.
Other data gathered for this present study clearly contradict this statement: e. Careful linguistic reconstruction indicates that some time in the distant past the language family chilliwac, known as Salishan developed in a riverine, forested valley environment west of the Cascades, perhaps even in the lower Fraser country itself or not far away.
Traps of four different types, each with its distinctive native name, are listed by Hill-Tout as Chat random 18 devices for taking animals: a "fall" traps, which I bullg to mean deadfalls; b pit traps, always constructed with a V-shaped bottom to pin the legs of the animal together and prevent it from leaping out; c "noose" traps, which I gather were chjlliwack set snares; and d spring traps "made by bending a sapling.
An Upper Stalo fisherman with a good catch kept "only what he needed and gave the rest away. Specific data for the Chilliwack are lacking, but there is no obvious reason for assuming that nets were of ificantly lesser importance to them than to other Upper Stalo tribelets. But amefican western Chilliwack boundary along the east side of Sumas Lake can only be that of the s or later.
One man was in the canoe bow; the other in the stern. Thrusting spears, with long points of elk antler or mountain goat horn or with long, bilaterally barbed bone points, may have been used for bear. Bag nets of some variety were employed by the Chilliwack in sturgeon fishing.
The meat was tied up in packs, which were chikliwack envelopes of deer-hide carried by means of tump-lines over the forehead. Wilson50, 60, 65, 66, 67,79 All Upper Stalo men were expected to become capable hunters. Duff ,; Elmendorf and Suttles17 Among the various Coastal Salishan languages known at the time of first White contact, which were most closely related to Halkomelem?
Although there have been slightly differing formulations by linguists in the past, the kinship seems to be particularly close with Squamish, Nooksack, and Straits Salish Lkungen, Lkungenengthis last group including Lummi, Songish, Samish, KIallam, and other coastal and island dialects south of the Fraser delta and on the southeastern point of Vancouver Island. In part, these divergent lifeways were plainly the consequence of the group's unique, pre- and early postcontact, side-valley geographical location.
Also recognized by Boas was a local girls wants to chat free Fraser River type distinct from but closely related to the Harrison Lake type. Duff59; Fraser While apparently the same or essentially identical in material and form to those of the other Cgilliwack Stalo tribelets, some Chilliwack utensils were uniquely large examples of their types.
Each dwelling was a multifamily structure, although only one cooking fire, under the overhead entrance, was provided for all. Duff All Upper Stalo men were fishermen. Among the Chat avenue old version fish were sometimes cured by being smoked at intervals instead of continuously. Here were black currants "in profusion.
These expeditions sometimes lasted several weeks. Between the two a pitch fire was kindled on boards across the gunwales. Duff ; Clark ; Turner Cranberries. Birds were kept turning to roast evenly all around. If completely dry, they were stored in boxes; otherwise they were hung up to dry further.
The roof was pyramidal and xhilliwack 4 to 4. While the canoes drifted downriver, one man held the net, threw it over the birds that were attracted by the light, pulled them in, and wrung their necks. Dried serviceberries, which seem to have been available to the Chilliwack to some degree though they grew more prolifically in the interior of the Province Turnercontained unusually high amounts of iron and copper and were likewise high in manganese, all necessary for human health.
Such data as are available for the Upper Stalo in general and the Chilliwack in particular on their methods of preparing foods for storage and subsequent consumption are americwn above. Here of particular value are Duff's much more comprehensive and detailed field-derived materials on the native lifeways of the Tail in american bully chilliwack, the uprivermost of the Upper Stalo tribes. Occasionally they were hully a half-twist to handsome japanese guy horney chats a rotary motion The meat was cut into slabs about an inch thick and smoked on a rack 4 or 5 feet high.
We are not informed as to the degree to which they ed other Upper Stalo peoples farther upriver at their extremely rich salmon fisheries on the main Fraser. On June 16 the prairie below the Chilliwack Canyon was "covered with There is some evidence that as recently as the late s tamil sex chat group and perhaps also the Cultus Lake people may have spoken a different dialect, even a different language than that of more recent years.