Eight men pose outside (near totem) in ceremonial dress – carved headdresses, Chilkat blankets on shoulders over western-style clothes; drummer wears button robe, younger man in front sits holding several carved masks. A large carved fish is set in foreground.
Chilkat Dancers with Wood Carvings, Alaska, 1895
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