Ketlg̱ax̱yé (Place Where Dog Cries)

-- Haat iyagu´t

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Alternate Name: 
Kelgaya
English Name: 
Battery Point
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This name comes from a Tlingit story of a flood. During the flood a dog was heard crying and the dog turned into a rock [3]. This point may be reached by trail beginning about two miles from town. The scenic beaches here are rich in flowers.

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United States
59° 12' 53.496" N, 135° 22' 26.544" W
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Trail markers

Does anyone know what the trail markers carved into the trees are for? What did they mark? How old are they?

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