Mehodihi: Well-Known Traditions of Tahltan People - "Our Great Ancestors Lived That Way"

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  • October 13, 2003 - October 31, 2004. MOA Curator of Ethnology Pam Brown (Heiltsuk), guest curator Tanya Bob (Tahltan), and members of the Tahltan community create the first ever museum exhibit of Tahltan First Nations art and culture. The Tahltan live in the villages of Iskut and Dease Lake on the Stewart-Cassiar Highway, and Telegraph Creek, below the Grand Canyon of the Stikine River. This exhibit has been developed collaboratively to highlight the profound and continuing links between the Tahltan and their land, culture, and heritage.

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