Spirit Of The Salmon Twin Blanket
For countless centuries, Native Americans from Alaska to California and Maine to New York depended on the salmon for sustenance. Fresh salmon was caught and eaten in season; dried or smoked salmon was a staple throughout long, cold winters. In Native American tradition, the salmon spirit signified sacred life. Each year, salmon return to their ancestral home to spawn and complete the circle of life, and the return of the first salmon was welcomed with a special ceremony. The importance of this mighty, traveling fish can be seen in a variety of art formslegends, baskets, beadwork and totems. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64" x 80".
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