Íihlx̱aadas húus x̱íinaangslaang
We Haida’s are coming alive again.
Frontal totem pole
The Gyaa ’áang rose from the center of the front or gable end, sometimes to a height of sixty feet. When it is raised it is called Gyaa ’áang, which means "your history is now standing."
Sourced from Snewaylh Co-op Radio, November 22, 2011.
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