Archaeologist Dr Jago Cooper explores the American Northwest, revealing how culture was established on the coast that has lasted for over 10,000 years. He travels to southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Washington State to see how a complex society developed without agriculture, and discloses the hidden significance in totem poles, canoes and intricate textiles.In part one, archaeologist Jago Cooper meets proud descendants preserving their heritage and explains how some tribes built underwater clam gardens, while the Haida people smoked salmon so they didn’t go hungry during winter. Fascinatingly, the tribes operated a sort of coalition government: there were several chiefs, who could be male or female.


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