Special Features

Sah Quah

Jeff Landfield | Paxson Woelber | Lee Baxter   August 8, 2022

On April 26, 1886, more than two decades after the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment, a Haida man named Sah Quah entered a United States courtroom in Sitka. A judge later described him as “sad spectacle” of a man, with mutilated ears and a missing eye. Sah Quah’s English was limited, but it would be impossible to ignore the...

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