Project type: Archaeology and History, Art Works, Historical Restoration, Sculptures
Artists: Haida craftsmen, Tlingit craftsmen
Designers: Architect Linn A. Forrest (restoration)
Quality of Information: Very Good
Site Survival: ExtantView Project in a Separate Window
Craftsmen enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps carved a copy of one of two mortuary posts, called Two Eagle Memorial Pole. The pole stands 15’ tall. The original, which has burned, belonged to the Eagle Leg House in Old Kasaan. It featured a frog carved on the front and two eagle figures at the top.
National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for the Chief Son-I-Hat's Whale House and Totems Historic District, accessed on August 2, 2017. NÁAY I´WAANS, A Joint Project with Kasaan Haida Heritage Foundation and the Organized Village of Kasaan, August 1, 2017.
Project originally submitted by Brent McKee on August 4, 2017.
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