Sitkans, presumably Tlingit Indians, arrive by three canoes at Klukwan via the Chilkat River. Klukwan was a Chilkat Tlingit village in Southeast Alaska. A large crowd, presumably Chilkat Indians greets the arriving...
Grave houses on shore, photographed from a canoe during an expedition up the Taku River by P. I. Packard, T. Gordon Janney, W.A. Pratt, A. E. Johnson, and James S. Johnson; left side of photograph shows edge of sail
Title taken from image. Formal studio portrait of three men, seated. Image: George Shortridge [Shotridge], George Kaushty, Koo-Too-At. The three chiefs who gave the big potlatch at Kluckwan, Aug. 20, 1900. Photographer's number 41.
Full-length view of woman outside a wooden building; in addition to the button-trimmed robe, she also wears a scarf with a large feather attached, and there is a braided rope draped across her shoulder