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Standard Oil refinery's Tlingit totem pole, Nikiski early 1960's

Standard Oil's Alaskan refinery has its own totem pole carved by the Tlingit Indians of the Chilkat & Chilkoot Clans near Haines. The totem is designed to represent the story of the discovery of oil in Alaska.

Individuals

n/a

Collection

Cheechako News

Location

Nikiski, Alaska

Date

Early 1960's

Photographer

Cheechako file photo

Image Type

B&W

Dimensions

25x20

Condition

Good

Identified By

J. Arness Sr. & Marge Mullen

Date Cataloged

2001-12-04

Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab


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