The Haida were a tribe of indians that lived in coastal villages in what had been British Columbia. They raided for gain.
The Haida raided coastal Oregon while young people of Clan Mackenzie were in the area on a trading mission. Other youngsters from the Portland Protective Association were on a hunting expedition in the area. A battle ensued which the combined PPA/Mckenzie force won by isolating the Haida and burning their boats. Edain Aylward distinguished himself in the battle.
Haida, assisted by an unidentified group, battled against a party of ethnic Japanese.