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Raffan recalls Native canoe traditions: how the boat was both an essential transport along the waterways and a symbol for carrying the dead to the spirit world. He traces the role of the canoe as an early vital trade link, its evolution as a leisure craft, its importance to character-building youth camps and to paddlers seeking refuge from urban life. In today's world, Raffan examines the canoe as inspiration for artists, writers, and even advertisers -- it has become a powerful and ready-made symbol of the outdoors to sell beer, clothes and cars.
Bark, Skin and Cedar is a wholly engaging exploration, offering a unique perspective on our country, our heritage and how we see ourselves.
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