A 'Namgis dugout canoe pulled up on a beach at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

A 'Namgis dugout canoe pulled up on a beach at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

The world's tallest totem pole stands next to the 'Namgis Big House at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

The world's tallest totem pole stands next to the 'Namgis Big House at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

Fir Street curves around the 'Namgis Burial Grounds at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

Fir Street curves around the 'Namgis Burial Grounds at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

Memorial totems distinguish the 'Namgis Burial Grounds at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

Alert Bay is a bay within British Columbia and is nearby to Réserve indienne Alert Bay and Alert Bay Indian Reserve From Mapcarta, the interactive map.

A Kwakwaka'wakw sea monster mask at the U'mista Cultural Centre, Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada. This halibut-like figure embodies the origin story of the 'Namgis people.

A Kwakwaka'wakw sea monster mask at the U'mista Cultural Centre, Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada. This halibut-like figure embodies the origin story of the 'Namgis people.

The former Nimpkish Development Corporation shellfish processing plant at Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

Alert Bay is a bay within British Columbia and is nearby to Réserve indienne Alert Bay and Alert Bay Indian Reserve From Mapcarta, the interactive map.

In the late 1800s this figure currently at the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada, would have welcomed guests to potlaches.

In the late this figure currently at the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada, would have welcomed guests to potlaches.

The Big House Gallery at the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.

The Big House Gallery at the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, British Columbia, Canada.


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