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The Minto Mapping Project 2001. Traveling by river is a way of life. The Tatalina river with little C.O.D. in the background. The climb to the top of C.O.D. All the elders climbed the hill which was no easy task. From the top of Tho’ odi.

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Traveling by river is a way of life

  • The Tatalina river with little C.O.D. in the background


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The climb to the top of C.O.D

  • All the elders climbed the hill which was no easy task


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From the top of Tho’ odi

  • Susie Charlie was the first to spot the bull moose that the students shot


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How much noise can we make?

  • The girls ate a lot and made way to much noise


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Moose can kill

  • Extreme care must be taken when approaching a downed moose


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Good luck going back home

  • The first thing to do after dropping a moose is to remove the head and point it towards home, so that you will have good luck next time hunting


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SKINNING THE MOOSE

  • LUKE TITUS AND EZRA GIBSON SKINNING MOOSE


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Traditions Live On

  • Luke shows the young men how to correctly use a knife to remove the ribs.


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Women at a Moose kill

  • Women have a role in assisting the men in the butchering.


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Packing Moose to Boat

  • A moose can weigh 1,000 lb. It will take twelve trips to pack out all the meat.


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HANGING MEAT

  • Taking care of the meat is very important.it must be kept cool and clean


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As we did 1,000 years ago

  • Each night the group sat around the camp fire to stay warm and to listen to stories by the elders


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Elders have a great sense of humor

  • It was nice to see the elders always having a good time and making us laugh


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Cultural Heritage Education Institute

  • C.H.E.I helped organize and fund the trip.


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Special Thanks to the Elders

  • Lige and Susie

  • Virgil and Vernell

  • Luke Titus

  • Elsie Titus

  • Gabe Nollner