Here’s a picture of the camp I built for my Tlingit army. Since the Northwest Americans are a Littoral army, they will always have a waterway when they place terrain, so I decided their canoes would make a good camp. I left room to add a totem pole, but I haven’t been inspired to build it yet.
The canoes are longboats from Museum Miniatures, modified to look a bit more like Tlingit canoes on the front end. The rear end isn’t right, but it’s the way the canoes looked when I got them. The paddlers with the canoes were totally inappropriate for precolumbian North America, so I didn’t use them.
The patterns on the sides of the canoes, barely visible here, are based on images of Tlingit canoes I found via Google image search and in Flickr.