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TLINGIT SHAMAN , circa 1886

Tlingit Indian shaman holding rattle and standing over kneeling man. This photo appears to be posed for and taken in a studio setting. Both men have made the scene quite frightening.

Tlingit totem poles, canoes and a Chilkat blanket on display at Sheldon Jackson Museum, Sitka, Alaska, n.d. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Tlingit totem poles, canoes and a Chilkat blanket on display at Sheldon Jackson Museum, Sitka, Alaska, n. :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Chilkat dancers pose in ceremonial dress with wood carvings, Alaska, 1895 :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Chilkat dancers pose in ceremonial dress with wood carvings, Alaska, 1895 :: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest -- Image Portion

Siberian shaman, early 1900s - Russian Museum of Ethnography

Evenk shaman with a collection of shamanic objects, including images of helper spirits, early No. (Russian Museum of Ethnography)

Totem poles in the Sitka National Historic Park. The park preserves and interprets the site of a Tlingit Indian Fort and the battle fought between the Russians and the Tlingits in 1804.

Totem poles in the Sitka National Historic Park, Alaska. The park preserves and interprets the site of a Tlingit Indian Fort and the battle fought between the Russians and the Tlingits in 1804

Men in ceremonial regalia. Two men (left, third from left) wear a mask. Masset, 1881.
Photo by Edward Dossetter; courtesy of the Royal BC Museum, BC Archives, B-03590.

Men in ceremonial regalia. Two men (left, third from left) wear a mask. Masset, Photo by Edward Dossetter; courtesy of the Royal BC Museum, BC Archives,

A Yakut shaman from the district of Verchne-Kolymsk. Note the fringe or veil obscuring the shaman's eyes. 


Photo: Lissner - Man, God and Magic

A Yakut shaman from the district of Verchne-Kolymsk. Note the fringe or veil obscuring the shaman's eyes. Photo: Lissner - Man, God and Magic

Türk Kadın Kam(Şaman).Shaman woman

lostinmississippi: “ This female Orochon shaman had spent a lifetime in the forests of the North Manchurian taiga enclosed by the Amur Bend. The numerous small animal symbols and chains are aids in establishing contact with the spirits, while the.

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