Canoes of the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest
Pacific North West One of only two surviving Haida war canoes, 17 m (56 feet) in length with a beam of nearly 2 m (6 feet). It was commissioned for the 1904 Seattle world's fair from Alfred Davidson and other Masset carvers, including Robert Davidson Sr. The original paddles were lost en route to Ottawa, but Charles Edenshaw made a replacement set.
Totem Poles Photos - Gitanyow was formerly named Kitwancool. The band government changed its name from the Kitwancool Indian Band to the Gitanyow Indian Band in 1991. New Aiyansh, Northern British Columbia, Canada, First Nation Stock Photos :: gitanyow_totem_poles_001
Kitwanyou Totem Poles, Nass Valley, Northern British Columbia, Canada