Architecture, Aboriginal

ARCHITECTURE, ABORIGINAL, refers to the FIRST NATIONS houses that were the earliest man-made structures in BC. They reflected successful adaptations to particular environmental factors and to cultural beliefs and lifestyle practices. At their simplest, First Nations houses were temporary and portable, adapted to a nomadic lifestyle. At their most complex, they achieved an impressive monumentality, requiring a sophisticated use of construction techniques. Some housing types in BC were common to...

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