Renowned Tlingit Carvings To Be Publicly Displayed

Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Library - Historical Collections.
Photo courtesy of the Alaska State Library – Historical Collections.

A Tlingit clan has decided that a collection of renowned carvings will be publicly displayed in the village. The decision will hopefully put to rest a generations-old struggle within the clan of whether the carvings should be kept in the village or sold and preserved in museums.

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