the Faces of Ketchikan
The People of the Southeast Wind have lived in the southern Alaska rainforest for thousands of years.
This unique little fishing village holds many secrets, local lore, and a rich culture.
The indigenous natives are renowned for their strong art forms and totems.
Today’s Ketchikan has a population of almost 14,000 and includes a diverse group of faces.
Ketchikan’s native heritage honors the Tlingit traditions that valued strength, family, community, and resilience.
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