One event on June 4, 2020 at 5:30 pm
Drawn in 1869 by the Tlingit Chief Kaalaxch’ (Kohklux), this rare map is one of the few examples of Indigenous map making in the North. It is especially important to CAFN because it is the oldest map of dákeyi (our traditional territory). We want to share the story behind the map,as well as family and community stories related to the trade.
Please join us to celebrate the connection between our people – Dän (Tutchone) and Tlingit – through this important piece of our history. Please bring your regalia, stories and songs to share!
Everyone is welcome.
One of the original maps drawn by Chief Kohklux and his wives will be coming north from San Fransisco for the anniversary celebrations!
Our trails bring us together
Haa deiyí wóoshxh haa ła.ât (Coastal Tlingit)
Łä`chʼi tän kwäga dūjal du (Southern Tutchone)
For more information:
firstname.lastname@example.org • (867) 634-3300
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The Yukon Historical and Museums Association is also hosting a conference commemorating the 150th anniversary of the drawing of the Kohklux Maps this October 24-27 in Whitehorse.
For more details visit https://www.heritageyukon.ca/kohklux150
To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/our-trails-bring-us-together-ha…
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