Babine Masks June 15, 2021 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Babine masks are a type of traditional mask worn by the Babine people, who are a branch of the Dakelh or Carrier people. The Babine people live in the vicinity of Babine Lake, Trembleur Lake, and Takla Lake in the central interior of British Columbia, CanadaĀ¹. They speak Babine or Nadot’en, a dialect of the Babine-Witsuwit’en language, which is an Athabaskan languageĀ¹. Babine masks are usually made of wood and decorated with paint, fur, feathers,…

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