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The Tagé Cho Hudän (Big River People) Interpretive Centre in Carmacks features dioramas, along with displays of artifacts and photographs that depict Northern Tutchone culture, past and present. The centre also includes outdoor displays of traditional campsites and the world's only model of a mammoth snare.

Elders and members of the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation made replicas of many items formerly used by their people, including this dugout canoe.


Courtesy of Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation

Teslin Tlingit Cultural Centre /
Hà Khustîyí Dàkahít

The Great Hall is the home of clan governance for the Teslin Tlingit people. Here the visitor can learn about two centuries of Tlingit history and the culture of the Inland Tlingit people.

The Teslin Tlingit dancers perform at the opening ceremonies in 2002.


Government of Yukon Photo

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