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Longhouse at First Light

A longhouse lit up at the First Light event at Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons.

By Pamela Beale
Back to the Earth SGang Gwaay

Little remains of this longhouse in the former Haida village of SGang Gwaay Llanagaay (Ninstints) is in the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981.

By Michael Paré
A Man and his Crow

This man who works at the Wendake Huron Village in Quebec found this crow injured several years ago. He has nurtured the crow back to health and it lives in a cage in a Huron Longhouse and talks to many visitors each day. Here he is sitting with the crow. He spoke of the intelligence of the crow, which I could see as I looked into his eyes. He stroked the crow gently, as they have developed a trusting relationship. I found that I captured the relationship between this man and bird

By Jan Feduck
UBC Longhouse

The influence of geography on contemporary culture. An example of how we develop architectural concepts to 'fit" in with our geographical surroundings.

By Darcy Ellis
Canoe inside Iroquois Longhouse

As shot from inside a Iroquois Longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Milton

By Randy Hobson
Iroquois Longhouse in HDR

Interior of an Iroquois Longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area, Ontario

By Randy Hobson

By paul toman
Iroquoian Longhouse

There is a reconstructed Iroquois village at Crawford Lake Ontario. This is the entrance to one of the Longhouses. The village has been reconstruced on the original site with numerous original artifacts on display.<br>