Title taken from image. Dancers wear carved and decorated hats, beaded clothing, and chilkat robes. Many carry dance paddles and other ceremonial objects. A shark figure is in foreground. Photographer's numbers 53 and 49-N.
Eskimo women cutting fish on beach, Tununak. (On verso: A group of Tununak people on the beach at Tununak.) Three women with children sitting on a beach cutting fish with a metal tub in front of them. In the background fish is drying on fish...
Native dwellings, including tents, plank buildings and log buildings. Canoes and people on beach. [Taku village, which was located just southeast of Juneau on the mainland. Information courtesy of Jim Geraghty of Juneau, AK.]
A large party of non-natives in formal dress, in painted Tlingit canoe on Sitka waterfront. Several hold traditional canoe paddles. A smaller boat is seen just behind canoe. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.
Canoe on beach, two people sitting by canoe, with coffee pot and eating utensils, perhaps taking their mid-day meal. One man standing inside canoe holding an adz. Probably photographed by Elbridge W. Merrill.