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
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.
Margins of photocopy: 1st row (l. to r.): John Marvin (with paddle), Albert Jackson, John K. Smith, Pete Fawcett, Jim Huston?, Moses Smith, Mark Willis (Walter Willis' father). 2nd row (l. to r.): unknown, Willie Horton, Johnie Fawcett,...
These are the Chilkat Dancers from Haines or Port Chilkoot as it was called at the time. The man using the drum on the far left is Carl Heinmiller. Identification courtesy of Blythe Carter, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center.
Title taken from image. Dancers wear carved and decorated hats, beaded clothing, and chilkat robes. Many carry dance paddles and other ceremonial objects. A shark figure is in foreground. Photographer's numbers 53 and 49-N.