The larger white building at the bottom of a very steep and rocky hill was the Bureau of Indian Affairs school. A type of piling system is built into the hill to support other small buildings, possibly some of these...
Note on slide reads "King Island Village," and the village name was Ukivok. Buildings on pilings perched on cliff. The larger white building at the bottom of the village was the Bureau of Indian Affairs school.
Title taken from caption. " Northwestern Ry. Co.'s 'cut' in which the Home Ry. men were shot, showing the Marshals [sic] tent and barricade, Sept 25, 1907. " Photographer: P. S. Hunt, photo No. G1632. Reproduced from a glass plate.
View of some of the homes built along the cliffs of King Island. The buildings are supported by stilts braced against the steep slopes. A hide is stretched out on a frame in the right hand side foreground of the photograph.