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Tom Brown, Kitisug

Image of Tom Brown next to an ancient American cannon. Very similar to the image used on page 79 of "somewhere between" book, with caption: "Tom Brown, elected head of the Klemtu Village is from Blackfish tribe of 'Kit-is-Stu.' His Grandfather somehow got possession of this ancient American cannon (proof tested in Boston) and it has been a family doorstop ever since..."

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

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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