During the 1920's, many of the original totem poles in Kake were burned. After many years of not having totem poles, the residents of Kake, Alaska organized to acquire and place a 132-foot pole in the town. Alaska Indian Arts, Inc. of Haines,...
Speeches and interviews commemorating and describing the origin of Kake Day and Kake history..
[Anchorage, Alaska : University of Alaska, 1982]. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Three photographic images.
In English and Tlingit.
Title taken from label on matting. View of Kake, Alaska from on board ship, with dock visible toward right. Photographer's number 8347. 1938. Photographer: Ray B. Dame. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10".