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    L. Yah-Kwan R. Wush-kin-aw, Kagwantan chiefs who gave the Sitka Potlatch 1904. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Tlingits in ceremonial regalia for 1904 potlatch. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Three men in ceremonial regalia carrying song leaders staffs; 1904 potlatch, Sitka. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Three men of the Kogwanton clan in ceremonial regalia standing around the Panting Wolf carving; 1904 potlatch in Sitka. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Indian Polatch [Potlatch] Dancers, Kasaan. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Chilcat. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Old Killer Whale, Kassan [Kasaan], Alaska, 10/1940. :: Alaska State Library-Historical Collections

    Rattle, 19th century Alaska; Sitka Wood, pigment

    Tlingit Chief Johnson in Carved Wooden Hat, Ketchikan, Alaska

    Tlingit men in regalia, including a spruce-root crest hat with potlatch rings (center), Killer Whale crest hat (right) and Chilkat robes. Each man holds a Raven rattle. Courtesy of the Alaska State Library, Elbridge W. Merrill Photograph Collection, P57-022.

    Chilcat [sic] Indian in dancing costume, Alaska. :: Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

    337 BA Copy of this image is included in the Alaska Digital Library and is attributed to Edward DeGoff from Sitka, Alaska circa 1886-1890. Edward DeGoff was born in New York in 1860 and moved to Sitka, Alaska in 1880 turned his Hobby into selling photographs through the Northwest Trading Company. Edward died in 1910.Titled "337 BLIND SHAMAN , DR. YAKUTAT" on bottom of card. LIND SHAMAN

    Alaska ~ Alexander Archipelago ~ Baranof Island/Sitka. | Medicine Man's necklace. Tlingit people. Leather with bone ornaments. ca. 1921

    M. S. Stranger - Alaska Sea Scout Expedition of 1937- inuit with mask

    Yup'ik Face Mask \\ late 19th century \\ Alaska \\ Wood, pigment \\ Collected in late 19th century by Bishop Farhout, MacKenzie River area

    Scythian Griffin holding a stag head in its beak Scythian Griffin holding a stag head in its beak. From Pazyryk, Russian Altai mountains, 4th century B.C. Saint Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum.

    Tlingit woman named Kaw-Claa wearing her potlatch dancing costume, Alaska, 1906

    Blind shaman, Yakutat Alaska (Tlingit), no name, date, or location

    Human Figure, 2nd Century BC- 1st Century AD, Old Bering Sea Peoples, Alaska

    Frog House, Klukwan. Photo taken 1968 by John Edward Svenson Totems now in the Alaska State Museum, Juneau

    Tlingit ceremonial mask Alaska