This chapter explores slave labor and its ramifications for the various societies in the Northwest Coast. It describes the tasks performed by slaves, and explains the traditional assessments of the value and significance of slave labor. The chapter suggests that some of the most important production activities of the slaves include food procurement, tool manufacturing, and production of objects and paraphernalia for use in ceremonial activities.
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