Ginaa-maanit Ahl X̱g̱ant

Sim’oogit: Gilse’en
Pdeeḵ: Lax̱sgiik
Wiln̓aat’ahl: Gits’iiks
Wilp: Naawis
Miinhl Gihlee’e: nidii wilaakst
G̱an̓agwit: nidii wilaakst
K’uuhl wil gahlkwt: 1890-1910

Adoḵs w̍itkw hli ts’iw̍int:

1. T’aam ts’imilx (yukwt sg̱a-hats’ihl x̱g̱ant)

Gwin̓ahaa wil hitkwhl g̱an tgun, wat ahl (ginaa-maanit ahl x̱g̱ant) Sg̱a-hats’dihl ts’imilxhl g̱an ditaat, ii ksi-hitkwhl w̓ii g̱an hak’yo’ot. Wayt gisi-geets’ g̱alax̱dilihl Gitwinksihlkw wil t’aahl Gwin̓ahaa. Tḵ’al-kw’ootkwhl g̱an tgun sbayt-g̱ang̱an, ahl hlaa hlibuum k’uuhl gil̓aa-g̱oodat.

Adaawaḵhl Ayukws:

1. T’aam ts’imilx
(Nidii wilaakshl adaawaḵ tgun)

Remnants of Gnawing

Chief: Gilse’en
Tribe: Eagle
Clan: Gits’iiks
House: Naawis
Carver: unknown
Height: unknown
Year: 1890-1910

Crest figures:

1. Sitting Beaver (gnawing a stick)

The Remnants-of-Gnawing pole stood at the village of Gwin̓ahaa on the southeast side of the Nass River across from the village of Gitwinksihlkw. It disappeared during the early part of the 20th century.

Crest Story:

1. Sitting Beaver
(story unknown)

Historical Pictures of Remnants of Gnawing Pole in Gwin̓ahaa (click for larger image)

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