A Nakoaktok Chief's Daughter

A Nakoaktok Chief's Daughter

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From Edward Curtis’ Field Notes:

“When the head chief of the Nakoaktok holds a potlatch (a ceremonial distribution of property to all the people), his eldest daughter is thus enthroned, symbolically supported on the heads of her slaves” – Edward Curtis

The North American Indian, Volume 10, The Kwakiutl, 1915. Portfolio plate no. 334.

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