MAQUINNA MAN
  
  
MAQUINNA MAN
$250.00
Framed
20 by 16 by 1 in.
Acrylic on Canvas

  
Copyright © 2009 Patricia McCabe    Zoom Image

Style:Canadian
Subject:Culture
Year Created:2009
Description:Maquinna " possessor of pebbles" was Chief of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth people of Nootka Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island B.C. Canada during the maritime fur trade in the 1780s and 90s. These people are to-day known as the Mowachaht and reside with their kin at Gold River B.C. The pole is located in Duncan Vancouver Island.
Artist's Comments: Maquinna,s village became the first important anchorage for european mariners. Yuguot became known as Friendly Cove and was visited by the British explorer Captain James Cook in 1778. It can now be visited by boat and was one of the highlights of our trip to Gold River and area.
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