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Potlatch is a wonderful day for children, a glorious introduction to the science of economics.
Costly entertainments, such as the potlatch or the ball, are peculiarly adapted to serve this end.
Feed up th' dogs,' says he, 'an' in two shlapes, we'll hav' th' biggest potlatch in th' histhry av th' thribe.
CONNIE MORGAN IN ALASKAJAMES B. HENDRYX
As the time approached, many canoes were on the Bay, headed by a joyous crowd going to the potlatch.
No one can be sure of closing his bargain, until the terms are duly arranged, the potlatch given, and the horse delivered.
Mesika potlatch pehpah kopa nika mamook kumtuks mesika mimoluse wake nika mesachie.
It was summer, and there was to be a great Indian Potlatch feast under the autumn moon.
The Indians were demanding that the great fall Potlatch should end with this ominous dance of fire and besmearings of blood.
The word "Potlatch," spoken by the Indian boy, had caused his brow to cloud and his face to turn dark.
The old chief wished to take Gretchen to his wigwam for a month, and have her play the violin on the great night of the Potlatch.

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