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Kaagan

File consists of images taken at or near Slatechuck Mountain on Haida Gwaii (called Kaagan in the Haida language). This mountain, located near Queen Charlotte City, is best known as a source of argillite, a rare form of slate used in Haida art. Images in this file show individuals harvesting argillite, in addition to images of women harvesting and preparing spruce roots to weave baskets, and images of the Golden Spruce tree that formerly stood in the area.

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Skedans, Skidegate & Maud Island

File consists of images of Haida Gwaii. Subjects include the Skedans village site, the city of Skidegate, Maud Island, and Queen Charlotte City.

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Masset

File consists of images taken in the village of Masset on Haida Gwaii. Subjects include copper paintings, a painting of a young Haida woman, and scenery.

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First Nations community members

File consists of images of First Nations adults and children in Bella Coola, Klemtu, Bella Bella, Haida Gwaii, and Hartley Bay, BC.

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Anthony Island [Ninstints]

File consists of images of the Ninstins (or Ninstints) village site on Anthony Island, Haida Gwaii.

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Tanu

File consists of images from the Tanu village site in Haida Gwaii.

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Yan

File consists of images of the Yan village site in Haida Gwaii.

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Slate Chuck [beach]

Image of water with mountains and islands, taken from a rocky beach.

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Slate Chuck

Image if a rocky area with either litter or remnants or a picnic. A man is standing in the foreground, and the arm and leg of another person is visible in the background.

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Slate Chuck

Image of two people crouching near a pile of either litter or picnic/camping remnants. They are in a rocky area with trees in the background.

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Slate Chuck [tree]

Image looking up a tree that no longer has it's top. It appears to have been topped by natural causes.

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