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Children at Klemtu

Image of children, three adults, and two dogs with canoes on a beach. Just beyond the beach, a number of cars are parked, some holding canoes, with more people. A police officer is standing on the road. A similar image of this same scene is printed on page 65 of Carter's book "Abundant Rivers," with the caption: "The canoes of these two ancient races rest on the sandy shore of an historic river, the mighty Stalo, as children of the new world share a common happiness, unaware that history lies just beneath the sand at their feet."

Anthony Carter

Girl at Klemtu

Portrait of a young girl wearing a red dress, possibly Steve Robinson's daughter.

Anthony Carter

Children at Klemtu

Portrait of two young girls, seen from chest up. One might be Steve Robinson's daughter.

Anthony Carter

Children at Klemtu

Image shows two young girls sitting on the deck of a boat in the water. One is possibly the daughter of Steve Robinson.

Anthony Carter

Kathleen Gunanoot, Hazelton, BC

Portrait of Kathleen Gunanoot, in Hazelton, BC. This image is printed on page 109 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: "Kathleen Gunanoot, sister to David. A proud and resolute woman. Her Indian name is We-an-gits, meaning Big Wolverine."

Anthony Carter

Interior of [Ksan] village long house, Hazelton, BC

Image of the interior of the new Ksan Village longhouse at Hazelton, B.C. Carter describes it as "an outstanding example of the old culture of the west coast Indian people" on page 110 of his book Abundant Rivers.

Anthony Carter

Interior of [Ksan] village long house, Hazelton, BC

Image of the interior of the new Ksan Village longhouse at Hazelton, B.C. Carter describes it as "an outstanding example of the old culture of the west coast Indian people" on page 110 of his book Abundant Rivers.

Anthony Carter

Old grave house and Pole-in-the-Sand

Image of an old gravehouse in Gitsegukla, with the totem pole known as Pole-in-the-Sand visible in the background. This image, or one similar to it, is printed on page 123 of Carter's book Abundant Rivers, with the caption: "This old grave house has fallen to decay leaving some of this long departed soul's worldly goods exposed once more to the light of day. It was customary among most of the Indian tribes to bury the prized possessions of an individual along with his remains. This ancient rite is no longer practised."

Anthony Carter

Interior of [Ksan] village long house, Hazelton, BC

Image of the interior of the new Ksan Village longhouse at Hazelton, B.C. Carter describes it as "an outstanding example of the old culture of the west coast Indian people" on page 110 of his book Abundant Rivers.

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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