A Wide Moon mask depicting the four stages of the moon, as well as the ebb and flood tides. The moon serves as one of the Native American symbols in the First Nations Kwakwaka’wakw culture. This moon mask is carved from red cedar and has copper inlays.
Tlingit arts in Ketchikan, Alaska Button blanket - eagle/raven design, 1980 The Tlingit (/ˈklɪŋkɨt/) are a native people group of the Southeast Alaskan coast. The name translates to "People of the Tides".
Tsimshian woman and her daughter in Metlakatla, Alaska - circa 1900 (picasaweb). Tsimshian high class individuals Their society included different classes: nobles, commoners, and slaves (acquired through War or purchase).