These images were captured in Hoonah Alaska. Hoonah is the principal village for the Huna, a Tlingit group which has lived in the Glacier Bay and Icy Strait area since prehistoric times.

The Tlingit community of Hoonah resides on Chichagof Island, located in Alaska's "panhandle" in the southeast region of the state. It is 30 miles west of Juneau, across the Alaskan Inland Passage. Hoonah is the only first-class city on Chichagof Island, the 109th largest island in the world and the 5th largest island in the United States.

The site of some of these photos is the old fish cannery, which ceased operations in the 1950s, located near Icy Strait was obtained by the Hoonah Indian Association (HIA), the local tribal entiry for the local Tlingit residents. The road to the site, Cannery Road was paved in 2000 and the site was converted into a visitor center and tourism destination for cruise ship passengers.
Approaching Hoonah, Icy Strait Point at low tideApproaching Hoonah, Icy Strait Point at low tideThe Cathy J, a fishing charter, in Hoonah AlaskaThe Cathy J, a fishing charter, docked at Hoonah AlaskaCrab Station at Hoonah AlaskaRoyal Princess tender approaching the small boat dock at HoonahThese two old fishiing boats, the Interim and the Ilse, have seen better daysThis old boat , the "Interim" , looks to be retiredThese two old fishiing boats, the Interim and the Ilse, have seen better daysRusting Gears at the small boat dock in Hoonah AlaskaWe spotted another deerStep off the foot path and you're going down!Step off the foot path and you're going down!Bear & deer country, but we didn't spot any

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:Alaska, Chichagof Island, Hoonah, Icy Strait, Tlinqit