Photo: Moving Sealaska's treasures

Chuck Smythe, Culture and History Director for the Sealaska Heritage Institute, watches Jon Loring, left, place a spruce root basket from SHI's collection into a protective mount for transport and storage on Tuesday. SHI is moving their collection to the vault in the new Walter Soboleff Center this week. Lorings work is being paid by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Chuck Smythe, Culture and History Director for the Sealaska Heritage Institute, watches Jon Loring, left, place a spruce root basket from SHI's collection into a protective mount for transport and storage on Tuesday. SHI is moving their collection to the vault in the new Walter Soboleff Center this week. Lorings work is being paid by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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