Robe from the Chilkat country, NW. Coast of America.

Robe, Chilkat Tlingit, indigenous peoples, tribal, dress, Jilḵáat ḴwáanRobe from the Chilkat country, NW. Coast of America.

Robe of woven bark and wool, painted with totemic designs.

Chilkat Tlingit (Jilḵáat Ḵwáan), indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America.

Source: British Museum. Handbook to the ethnographical collections. Printed by order of the Trustees 1910. Thomas Athol Joyce, Ormonde Maddock Dalton.

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