Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska Sights

Hydaburg

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The Haida village of Hydaburg, approximately 40 miles south of Klawock (via chip-sealed road), lies along scenic Sukkwan Strait. A small collection of totem poles occupies the center of this Haida settlement, the only one in Alaska. Originally from what was formerly known as the British Columbia's Queen Charlotte Islands (they were renamed Haida Gwaii, meaning "Islands of the Haida People," in 2010 by the Canadian government), the Haida settled on Prince of Wales around 1700.

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Hydaburg, Alaska, 99922, USA

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