Title from verso. Portrait photograph of man dressed in Tlingit regalia, including a button blanket. He stands on a box, and holds a staff carved in the form of a raven. Verso: Raven Tribe Billy Jones.
Left: Swáatk'i, also known as Yindayáank' or Swatka; middle: Kaalgéi, also known as Ka-Sh-Ak or the Monkeyman; right: Sx'andu.oo, also known as Skundoo, medicine man; all men are of the Kak-Von-Tons [Kaagwaantaan] of the Chilkat tribe
Description at top of image: "Cedar boxes made without nails or corner joints…these were enclosed or wrapped in cedar mats and contained the heads which were preserved with skin, etc. intact." On verso: "Found by [Myer] Hofstad on Zarembo...
Letter dated 1 June 1877 from Sheldon Jackson, Denver, Colo. to J. S. Brown, Fort Wrangel noting Brown's appeal to the Y.M.C.A. had been forwarded to him and seeking further information necessary to establish a mission at Fort Wrangel.
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.