Indian Totems - and huts, and stands for drying compressed blackberries. Comox Indian Village, Vancouver Island. (The upper and second figures have dresses on them of the highest [cotton?]) - RBCM Archives
View of the mortuaries clustered near the south end of the village. The houses and their poles further to the south (left) were badly burned in a village fire and were not focused on during early visits.
Digital Special Collections | Totem pole and boats on the beach, looking north toward Kwakwaka’wakw village, from the end of the covered walk near the cannery, in the distance sawmill, store, church, and Indian agent's house, Alert Bay, British Columbia, July 15, 1909