Category:Tlingit

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English: The Tlingit (Lingít, Tlinkit, Koloshi, Koulischen) are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of America that developed a complex hunter-gatherer culture in the temperate rainforest of the southeast Alaska coast and the Alexander Archipelago. An inland subgroup, known as the Inland Tlingit, inhabits the far northwestern part of the province of British Columbia and the southern Yukon Territory in Canada.
Español: Los tlingit son una tribu amerindia del grupo Kolosh de las lenguas na-dené. Su nombre proviene de lingit "pueblo". También les dicen kolosh, palabra que proviene del aleutiano kalohs o kaluga. Se dividen en los grupos Auk, Chilkat, Gonaho, Hehl, Henya, Huna, Hutsnuwu, Kake, Kuiu, Sanya, Sitka, Stikine, Sumdum, Taku, Tongass, Tahltan, y Yakutat.
Tlingit people 
indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America
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