Kaw-Tláa, (mother of the Kaw clan) is portrayed in this captivating photograph. She is adorned in an exquisite potlatch dancing costume, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the Tlingit people. The image, captured in 1906 in Alaska, offers a glimpse into the timeless traditions and regalia of this indigenous community. Kaw-Tláa's attire reflects intricate craftsmanship and attention to detail, exemplifying the artistic traditions and pride of the Tlingit culture. This remarkable portrait serves as a testament to the enduring legacy of the Tlingit people and their significant contributions to the cultural tapestry of Alaska.
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