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A Kwakiutl mask and dug-out canoe enroute to Bella Bella #aboriginal #NativeAmericans #canoes

A Kwakiutl mask and dug-out canoe enroute to Bella Bella #aboriginal #NativeAmericans #canoes

Kwakwakawakw masks, Vancouver Museum of Anthropology Chief Harry mountains masks from village island.

Kwakwakawakw masks, Vancouver Museum of Anthropology Chief Harry mountains masks from village island.

Hamatsa Raven Masks | Umista Cultural Museum Alert Bay Kwakiutl I have been in there. These are the masks that were gotten back from the Government.

Hamatsa Raven Masks | Umista Cultural Museum Alert Bay Kwakiutl I have been in there. These are the masks that were gotten back from the Government.

Tlingit People. Lingít Aaní, Tlingitland is a large but sparsely populated…

Tlingit People. Lingít Aaní, Tlingitland is a large but sparsely populated…

Northwest Native chief and his wife, photograph by David Neel  My Great Aunt Ethel(Hanuse/Charlie) Alfred, with my Great Uncle Hereditary Chief Alvin Alfred.

Northwest Native chief and his wife, photograph by David Neel My Great Aunt Ethel(Hanuse/Charlie) Alfred, with my Great Uncle Hereditary Chief Alvin Alfred.

Transformation mask representing the sun, 1870-1910, Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) peoples, BC, Canada

Transformation mask representing the sun, 1870-1910, Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) peoples, BC, Canada

Silas Coon ( Kwakwaka'wakw )  - Four Way Miniature Transformation Mask featuring Kulus, Cormorant, Kingfisher and Bear

Silas Coon ( Kwakwaka'wakw ) - Four Way Miniature Transformation Mask featuring Kulus, Cormorant, Kingfisher and Bear

"Pugmis • Wild Man of the Deep" Mask - Tom D. Hunt (Kwakwaka'wakw)

"Pugmis • Wild Man of the Deep" Mask - Tom D. Hunt (Kwakwaka'wakw)

Wild Man of the Woods Beau Dick, Kwakwaka'wakw First Nations

Wild Man of the Woods Beau Dick, Kwakwaka'wakw First Nations

Raven-of-the-Sea pole in situ, the original version with wings extended. Carved by Mungo Martin (ca 1881 - 1962), Kwakwaka'wakw.

Raven-of-the-Sea pole in situ, the original version with wings extended. Carved by Mungo Martin (ca 1881 - 1962), Kwakwaka'wakw.

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