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In the 1970’s a movement toward the culture began to take place. In 1976 the Chilkat Indian Village Tribal Government passed an ordinance preventing the sale or removal of clan trust property without the knowledge and approval of the tribal government. The return to the culture was slow in progressing at first but really began to pick up some momentum after the Klukwan Healing Robe was started in the fall of 1992 and the Whale House Trial was held in 1993. A plan to build the Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Center began to take shape when the village held a strategic planning session in January of 2002. The Heritage Center is helping to addresses the village/clan’s pressing issue of where to put the precious clan treasures that are no longer housed in clan houses and the community’s desire to rebuild and restore our cultural heritage.

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