One of the two 40-foot spruce dugout canoes carved in Hoonah by master carver Wayne Price and apprentices Steven Price (Wayne's son), Zack James (Tlél Tooch Tláa.aa) and James Hart (Gooch Éesh) arrives to Bartlett Cove. Around two dozen paddlers made the trip from Hoonah to Glacier Bay in one of three dugout canoes.

After hundreds of years, Huna Tlingit return to ancestral homeland of Glacier Bay

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