Historical photo: Chief Kawee and tribe, Juneau

Cabinet card photograph of "Chief Kawee and tribe, Juneau," by Winter & Brown, circa 1870s. View shows approximately twenty native men posing in front of a dead brown bear, at what appears to the old Juneau Indian Village. Background shows some native women and children amidst Tlingit homes. Sealaska Heritage Institute / Richard Wood Photograph Collection

Cabinet card photograph of “Chief Kawee and tribe, Juneau,” by Winter & Brown, circa 1870s. View shows approximately twenty native men posing in front of a dead brown bear, at what appears to the old Juneau Indian Village. Background shows some native women and children amidst Tlingit homes.

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