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Anthony Island [totem] poles

Image of a totem pole on Anthony Island. A picture of this pole is printed on page 115 of the book This is Haida, with the caption: "One of the largest poles on the Island. The frog was quite common in the designs of the Anthony Island carvers."

Anthony Carter

Tah-noo

Image of a man standing in what appears to be remains of the village of Tahnoo.

Anthony Carter

Tah-noo

Image of structural and/or totem pole remains at the Tah-noo village site.

Anthony Carter

People (Haida) [Loise Franks]

Portrait of Loise Franks, a basket-weaver. She is pictured on page 35 of the book "This is Haida." In this image, she is shown seated inside, with a basket nearby.

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People (Haida) [woman roasting cedar roots]

Portrait of a woman roasting cedar roots to use for basket weaving. Additional pictures of this process and this woman are printed in the book "This is Haida."

Anthony Carter

People (Haida) [Chief Gitagahungs]

Portrait of Chief Gitagahungs (Albert Jones). A similar portrait of him is printed on page 78 of Carter's book "This is Haida," with the caption: "His name means 'Price With Great Walk.' He is well known for his discoveries on the Tahsoo mine property."

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Willie Matthews

Portrait of Chief Weah (Willie Mathews). A different portrait of him is printed on page 11 of Carter's book "This is Haida," with the caption: "Hereditary chief of the village 'Haida,' located at the north end of Masset Inlet its Indian name was 'Ottiowas.'"

Anthony Carter

Chief Weah [Willie Matthews] at Dunbar House

Portrait of Chief Weah (Willie Mathews). A different portrait of him is printed on page 11 of Carter's book "This is Haida," with the caption: "Hereditary chief of the village 'Haida,' located at the north end of Masset Inlet its Indian name was 'Ottiowas.'"

Anthony Carter

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