Above Photo: Sign welcoming you to the Ksan Historical Village
near Hazelton British Columbia.
The Ksan Historical Village and Museum is located at the confluence of the Skeena and Bulkley Rivers where near Hazelton, British Columbia. Ksan was founded before Hazelton was in 1866, and was populated by the Gitxsan aboriginal people.
The village has been replicated to show what the community of the Gitxsan aboriginal people looked like from years ago. Not only is it an amazing place to visit, it is a very import part of British Columbia's history.
Before arriving in the Ksan Village, you have to cross over the Hagwilget Canyon Bridge.
I have a number of photos that I took at the Ksan Village and information on the area. I will also be making another posting on Ksan a little later and will post the remaining 16 photos.
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