X̱aada / X̱aayda (Haida) Resources
- Raven Brings the Light - An audio recording accompaniment to the beautifully illustrated version of a traditional trickster story common to several north coastal peoples. The story, written and illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers (Ts’msyen, Haida, Heiltsuk) and Robert Budd, was shared with the authors by a Ts’msyen Chief and Elder. This recording features Roy Henry Vickers telling the story at a storytelling session recorded at the Eagle Aerie Gallery in Tofino.
- Nuu story - Told by the late Tsinii (grandfather) Stephen Brown in 2012, before he passed away. This is a traditional Haida story told in the Haida language. Fishermen are mysteriously disappearing off the West Coast of Haida Gwaii and two heroes decide to find out why. Part of the Haidawood Media Project. The puppets are made from bionicles with avocado pit heads carved by traditional carvers. The sets are made from cardboard and natural materials.
- Taaw story / Tow Hill - The traditional story of Tow Hill (Taaw) told in the Haida language. Part of the Haidawood Media Project.
- Golden Spruce - The traditional story of the Golden Spruce (Kiidk'yaas) told in the Haida language. Part of the Haidawood Media Project.
- Yaanii K'uuka - A traditional Haida story told in the Haida language about a little girl who does not listen to her mother. Part of the Haidawood Media Project.