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When the sick were about to die, the spirits told the shaman.

Thereupon a l l withdrew from the sick man's lodge, leaving him ifo compose himself to die. Part of the lodge making was afterwards destroyed and the family moved else-where. When a chief died the whole village moved. Burial, which took place at once, was quick and simple, with keening and mourning by the family. Abraham Bull Robe maintains that the custom was shallow inhumation.

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Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law showed great affection for each other, and had many jokes together. The modern Kootenay are dropping the custom of calling weeking as brothers and sisters, for the reason that gambling has become Copumbia common they do not want Beliefs and burial customs are confirmed in Jenness: Alberta relationship online ir seeking men in Castlegar British Columbia extreme development seekung t h i s has.

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The f i r s t and oldest was the palm d r i l la sixteen inch stick was twirled u n t i l the spark appeared, which lighted a bit of cottonwood down. This took two or three strong men over an hour. The later use of f l i n t and pyrite took only about five minutes. There are no Kootenay f i r e getting stories which indicates that they must have had this seekiing comfort very early. Every effort was made to keep the f i r e burning. On the march, one family member was detailed to keep a torch always alight from a basket of pitchy wood.

One family got light from Older bigger women in Halifax, and sometimes the end of a fallen log was kept burning as a source of f i r e for the village. One of the differences between Upper and Lower Kootenay cultures lay in their systems of leadership. Upper Kootenay chiefs were five i n number. The Chief in General, the War Chief, usually referred to as the chief, which showed the plains onllne horee influencethe Guide chief, the Hunting chief, the Sun Dance chief.

There was no particular ceremony upon assumption of chieftainship. He who was universally acknowledged the best warrior became the new chief, hence there were no bad ones.

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The War Chief was accustomed to speak of his people in the f i r s t person, Chief Paul said, "My enemies a l l surrounded 35 me. There was no hereditary upper class, only a military aristocracy. The recognition of a chief of a l l the Kootenay was but vague, and of doubtful validity. However, there is a clear impression that the Tobacco Plains Chief was head, but this was only in the bison hunt, 36 and in time the Lower bands ceased to participate in this.

Lower Kootenay chiefs were elected. The strongest i n 37 mind, body, s k i l l and spiritual powers "just had to be chief. Each of the latter for his particular food quest, chose those men who were to work each day and distributed the catch. The position of a l l these chiefs rested upon prestige rather than power. Precept and ridicule kept the band in line without the need for police.

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