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Kwakwaka'wakw - Big House Opening Ceremonies

The Alert Bay, British Columbia community and local dignitaries gathered in front of U'mista to welcome visiting groups (in seiners and canoes) to the opening of the new Big House. Image displays the back of a button blanket with mirrors representing broken coppers.

Kwakwaka'wakw - Big House Opening Ceremonies

The Alert Bay, British Columbia community and local dignitaries gathered in front of U'mista to welcome visiting groups (in seiners and canoes) to the opening of the new Big House. Image of the crowd walking to the Big House with filmmaker, Barb Cranmer, leading the way.

Kwakwaka'wakw - Big House Opening Ceremonies

The Alert Bay, British Columbia community and local dignitaries gathered in front of U'mista to welcome visiting groups (in seiners and canoes) to the opening of the new Big House. Image of Robert Davidson's daughter, Sarah, wearing a Haida-style button blanket and standing with Gloria Cranmer Webster.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Ceremony held at Stanley Park for the Wakas pole replica carved by Doug Cranmer, a relative of Chief Wakas who commissioned the original Wakas pole.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Rodney Ward with Doug Cranmer at a ceremony held at Stanley Park for the Wakas pole replica carved by Doug Cranmer, a relative of Chief Wakas who commissioned the original Wakas pole in the late 1880s.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Ceremony held at Stanley Park for the Wakas pole replica carved by Doug Cranmer, a relative of Chief Wakas who commissioned the original Wakas pole in the late 1880s.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Ceremony held at Stanley Park for the Wakas pole replica carved by Doug Cranmer, a relative of Chief Wakas who commissioned the original Wakas pole in the late 1880s.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Doug Cranmer, relative of Chief Wakas, carving the Wakas Pole replica in Stanley Park. Vickie Jensen and Jay Powell's sons, Nels and Luke, are watching Cranmer work.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Doug Cranmer, relative of Chief Wakas, carving the Wakas Pole replica in Stanley Park. Vickie Jensen and Jay Powell's son, either Nels or Luke, are watching Cranmer work.

Kwakwaka'wakw- Wakas Pole

Doug Cranmer, relative of Chief Wakas, carving the Wakas Pole replica in Stanley Park. Vickie Jensen and Jay Powell's sons, Nels and Luke, are watching Cranmer work.

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