George Johnston and His World: Life and Culture of the Inland Tlingit

Creator(s): George Johnston Museum

The Inland Tlingit are descendants of the Coastal Tlingit who migrated into the Yukon Territory, Canada, from what is now Southeast Alaska. Their entry to the interior via the Taku River to Atlin, British Columbia, then overland to Teslin, occurred during the 19th century. This exhibit features photos of Teslin Tlingit life and culture in the first half of the 20th century.

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