Indian Church, at Metlah Katlah, (built entirely by Indians)
Schmitz Collection of Photographs by J.C. Haines

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Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of large stone church with a single steeple at PL. Many people on steps and lining pathway leading to church. Below image it says "Indian Church, at Metlah Katlah, (built entirely by Indians)."
Year range to 1885
Notes An Anglican church in the Tsimshian community of Old Metlakatlah near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, before they moved to Annette Island.
Object ID 2007.29.044
Object Name Print, Photographic
Place Old Metlakatlah, British Columbia
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
Tsimshian
Religion
Church
Title Indian Church, at Metlah Katlah, (built entirely by Indians)
Collection Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Photographer Haines, J.C.
Credit line Museum Purchase.
Description Photograph of large stone church with a single steeple at PL. Many people on steps and lining pathway leading to church. Below image it says "Indian Church, at Metlah Katlah, (built entirely by Indians)."
Year range to 1885
Notes An Anglican church in the Tsimshian community of Old Metlakatlah near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, before they moved to Annette Island.
Object ID 2007.29.044
Object Name Print, Photographic
Place Old Metlakatlah, British Columbia
Search Terms Photograph
Southeast Alaska
Tsimshian
Religion
Church
Title Indian Church, at Metlah Katlah, (built entirely by Indians)
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