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Indians in ceremonial dress, Klinquan

Haida Indians in ceremonial dress at the last traditional ceremony at Klinkwan before evacuation of the village to Hydaburg, c. 1900. Identified as Robert Edenshaw (left), Edwin Scott (third from left, heir to Kadnes or Dogfish House, in front of which they are standing), Matthew Collison (kneeling with fish carving), Hugh Cogo (second from right, standing), Mike George (right), and Ben Duncan (boy with mask in foreground). Identification by Helen Sanderson, Hydaburg. Alaska State Library, Historical Collections.

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