Totem pole with winged raven, two grave monuments, covered grave; One monument states "At rest, Chief's Son, David Andrew - born December? 1871? - Drowned in Tongass Narrows, March 15, 1903?" Grave probably at Ketchikan or Saxman.
Title from image. Main St., above 5th. House in foreground, with executive mansion and another wooden house in background. Sidewalk and street are paved with wooden planks. A dog lounges next to utility pole.
The adult Tlingets of Saxman Village conduct a program cultural rehabilitation among the younger of the indian peoples in the form of story telling, ceremonial and historical dance forms. Saxman, Alaska, USA.
This frame of would be covered with canvas to become a useable summer dwelling, qalluvik. A tent like this covered with skins is called an Itchellik by the Nunamiut. A tepee style tent with one pole in the middle is called a napattaq tupiq.