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...Shawon Hicks, Rachelle Kalkins and Jo Anne Bell-Graves. Blade cutting for thick and curly hair, dry scissoring from designer Yosh and shattered layering were some of the techniques they studied. Co-op gallery adds quilter: Marla Robb is the newest member...
Accumulated fragments: The little long-lost towns and villages of the CBJ

...reported five large houses and four small ones, with 52 canoes drawn up on the beach for a potlatch then in progress. In 1901 Yosh-Noosh, or Chief Johnson as he was known by the whites, the leader of the Takus in Juneau, announced that they were going...
Neighbors | 100 Anniversary
Knowing South Franklin, Front streets

...simply as the waterfront and later as lower Front Street. It was sometimes called Johnson Boulevard perhaps from the fact that Yosh-Noosh, a Taku chief who was known as Chief Johnson, built a large house on it near the spot where Mike Tripp is constructing...
Southeast sagas: Chief Johnson remembered

...maneuvered up Gastineau Channel was a wood- frame house owned by a Tlingit. It was "the big house built by Chief Johnson or Yosh-Noosh, head of the Raven branch of the Taku tribe." The pamphlet contains an etching of the house, a two-story dwelling...


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