Broad view of beach, with walrus butchering on dock; water and ship in background Additional information from verso: E.B. O'Connor and Natives cutting up 30 tons of walrus meat received as part payment for services on a hunting and moving...
Overview of walrus butchering activities on beach, with houses in background [across river] Additional information from verso: E.B. O'Connor and Natives cutting up 30 tons of walrus meat received as part payment for services on a hunting and...
Based upon information from Jim Geraghty Louis Lund and passengers ride in wagon belonging to Tom Knudson, pulled by horses named Prince and Bill; wagon faces the airport area in the jökulhlaup channel
Title from image caption Governor Brady totem pole, with house pillars, a gift of Son-i-yat, Haida chief of Kasaan; exhibited at St. Louis World's Fair and then placed in Sitka park Photographer's number 163
Copy 2: “Fisherman feeding the Eagles,” grave house and totem at cemetery south of Wrangall. George Blake of Wrangell told me this grave totem – Chas. Jones, father – in – law of Louis Paul and Shakes, put it up in honor of Ductan, who...
Title from image. Chief's grave. Photographer's number 460. According to Louis Shotridge’s notes, this was designed and carved by a Dakl’aweidí carver named Naakushtáa. The same carver made the screen and houseposts inside the Frog House...
Front Row - sitting - left to right
1. J. Paul Huff, CSK, Chicago, Illinois
2. Abraham Angel, CSK--Huntington, W Va.
3; John Thomas Scott, CSK, Sitka, Alaska
4. E. E. Tucker, Lt.(jg) SC, San Diego, Calif.
5. R. G. Culbertson,...
1st row - left to right:
Naticcha. S. J., Cleveland, Ohio
Janousek, R. C., Omaha, Neb.
Madsen, C. E., Karstad, Minn.
Chavez, L. R., Lompac, Calif.
Karselsky, A., Dothan, Ala.
Lt (jg) R. C. Viets, Vincennes, Ind.
Klukwan cemetery with eight grave houses, one with frog totem decorations. According to Louis Shotridge’s notes, this was designed and carved by a Dakl’aweidí carver named Naakushtáa. The same carver made the screen and houseposts inside the...
Used: St. Michael
Description: iron; wood; brass
Descriptive Narrative: Small cannon labeled "Russian cannon from St. Michael". Iron barrel is 36" long x approx. 4-1/2"...