The Tlingit peoples lived communally through the winter months in large shelters housing about 40 people. They are dark inside with a large fenced sunken area in the center for cooking and an open fire for warmth. I have taken pictures of the inside decorations, hope you can see them! (Lights are for tourists, but our eyes still had to adjust.)
Notice that the house pillars are also carved.
|Fence around the cooking/fire area|
|picture of native celebration and dress|
"Thank you" for following this totem series!
P.S. If you enjoyed this series and it was good,
please leave a comment and say, Yak' ei, meaning "good"
Yak' ei series :)
It was fun to see the process. And the house and all the details are great.
Wow! Time flying... it was a series! i have to go back and see it all! Love details and craftsmanship!
Amazing workmanship. What a great series of posts!!
Yak' ei! This series was so educational and even though I've been to Alaska, too, I appreciated learning new things.
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