With deeply meaningful cultural traditions, the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people have imbued Ketchikan with a profound and palpable legacy. This Emmy Award winning film chronicles the history of SE Alaska’s Native people and gives a glimpse into traditions that have survived through the centuries, despite more than two generations of acculturation that forbade tribal arts, languages, and ceremonies. Thanks to the elders of the time, who worked hard to keep the embers of their Native traditions burning, the culture is growing and thriving today.

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