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

Headdress Frontlet, ca. 1885. Tlingit (United States, Alaska). Wood, paint, abalone shell.

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.

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

Scythian saddle blanket from Pazyryk, Russian Altai mountains, 4th century B.C. Saint Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum.

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

Ceremonial Copper 19th century Geography: United States, Alaska Culture: Tlingit Medium: Copper, paint Dimensions: H. 34 1/4 x W. 21 x D. 7/8 in. (87 x 53.3 x 2.2 cm) Classification: Metal-Implements Credit Line: The Michael C. Rockefeller Memorial Collection, Bequest of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1979 - Chief George Kyan, Ketchikan, AK, 1880s–(d.)1955; by bequest to his family