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Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
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Philosophy and religion of the Tlingit - Wikipedia, the free
After the introduction of Christianity, the Tlingit belief system began to erode. . Those that drown and are saved by the Kooshda are known as Kooshdakhaa.
Native Alaskan Heritage
Land Otter: The Kooshdakhaa. When the Tlingit people talk in hushed voices about their "boogeyman," he has a specific form.
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No description of the Tlingit would be complete without mentioning the Kooshdakhaa (kû'cta-qa), the dreaded and feared Land Otter People.
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