photographic print(black and white)
- Museum number
Photograph (black and white); a Native North American young man standing in front of four wooden Haida tombs; trees in the background; near Masset, Canada.
- Production date
Height: 7 centimetres (image)
Height: 14.80 centimetres (mount)
Width: 10 centimetres (image)
Width: 21.50 centimetres (mount)
- Curator's comments
Related images: Am,B43.13, through to Am,B43.16 are mounted on same piece of card.
Related object: Am1898,1020.1
There is a photograph that appears to fit in with the other photographs in this series from the Canadiam Museum of Civilization (no number given on the website), but the caption reads: "Yaku village near Kiusta was founded by refugees from the southwest coast of Haida Gwaii who fled their enemies from Skungwai. An epidemic wiped out most of the community in 1852, and the survivors eventually settled at Masset.
Photograph by Charles F. Newcombe, 1913." (13/04/10 DR).
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- 1898 (Pre)
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 2103/892 (Series number)
Miscellaneous number: 67 (Series number)