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A totem pole marks the original winter village site of the Auk-kwan Tlingit Indians in Juneau, Alaska.  Looking out over Auke Bay and the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, the Yax Te pole was carved in 1941 by Frank St. Clair. Juneau Alaska, Au
A totem pole marks the original winter village site of the Auk-kwan Tlingit Indians in Juneau, Alaska. Looking out over Auke Bay and the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska, the Yax Te pole was carved in 1941 by Frank St. Clair. Juneau Alaska, Au
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