Haida are North American Indians living on the Queen Charlotte Islands of British Columbia and on part of Prince of Wales Island, southeast Alaska, which some Haida groups invaded, probably early in the 18th century. The Haida language belongs to the family of Nadene languages.The Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people each have their own language which is separate and distinct from they others. These 20+ tribes traditionally lived on the coast from Yakutat at the north end of the Alaska panhandle, and along the British Colombia, Washington and Oregon coasts.
CCTHITA CCTHITA (Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska) is the Tribal Government representing over 22,000 Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide.
Haida Indians info on the Haida Indians by Philip Drucker
Haida Canoe Outstanding example of the exceptional canoe-building skills of the Haida Indians
Journal of William Sturges records the life in a late 18th century NW Coast Kaiganee Haida Indian village.
NorthWest Coast Indians
Haida -The People and the Land
Haida Art  
Haida Villages  
Haida Notes from "The North American Indian" by E.S.Curtis