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In B.C and Yukon lived the Tlingit people. They lived in an area of lakes but after hearing of areas rich with fishing and resources. The great sea.
After walking for many miles the way is blocked by a massive glacier. after a short discussion, they decided to climb the mountain to find a way around.
Once at the top they spot a stream running through the glacier. Four women, two of whom are barren, volunteer to try to get through the stream.
That night the rest of the Tlingit people hear that the women had gotten past the stream. it took three days to get the rest of the Tlingit people across.
After consulting the great spirits they decided to row in opposite directions to occupy the most land.
They tell this tale at potlatch ceremonies as a reminder of how this came to be. at one point it was illegal for the Tlingit to have potlach ceremonies because it was said to be a wast.
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