'KSAN  () is a reconstructed GITKSAN village at HAZELTON, at the confluence of the SKEENA and BULKLEY rivers. Opened in 1970, it was developed by Gitksan and non-Gitksan to promote local aboriginal culture and to provide an economic stimulus to the area. It features TOTEM POLES, traditional houses (see ARCHITECTURE, ABORIGINAL), a museum, summer performances by Gitksan artists and the Kitanmaax School of Northwest Coast Indian Art (see ART,...

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