Title taken from image. front of Shake's House with open door and six children; totem poles, Bear-up-the-Mountain and Go-na-ka-dot; objects displayed on porch include hats, ceremonial staffs, totemic figures, quilt. Photographer's number 283.
Deceased man covered by button blanket and wearing wolf headdress; backdrop of two Chilkat blanket shirts and two American flags, surrounded by ceremonial objects derby hat, hand guns, etc.; frontal view. Photographer's number 219.
Three men, wearing ceremonial dress, on porch of house unofficially referred to as Tsaa yaa ayáanásnak keet hít (Killer Whale Chasing Seal House), the design painted by a Deisheetaan artist named Káatleindein; cedar canoe on beach in front of...
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.