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Tribal Peoples

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 194 Collections and/or Records:

Tent in Eskimo camp., undated

 Item — Photo box 11: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841467]
Identifier: PH001_1268

The Ivory Workers Camp. Ivory carvers' camp near Nome, Alaska. Two tents on beach with upturned umiaks behind them., 1927

 Item — Photo box 11: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841467]
Identifier: PH001_1248

King Islander-Nome, Alaska. They come by sea from King Island-90 miles from Nome-work ivory all summer-go back to the island for winter kill walrus in spring before the ice leaves-get the ivory and return to Nome to carve and sell the ivory.

Dates: 1927

Totems at Village Id. Looking east from about midway., 1915

 Item — Photo box 13: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841483]
Identifier: PH001_1473d

"Cat" Id. where the winds form. Mitla Katla is an old town-one meaning winter village of the Tangass Group-was burried in a war by a bunch of the Wrangell Tribes. Wherever they built a village on Cat Island-from whenever they went to Tangass Id.

Dates: 1915

Trixie Brandon (Paktucherah) and Tautak's wife. Two women with two small boys, standing in front of four brown bearskins. [See note], undated

 Item — Photo box 11: Series 10. [Barcode: 35025041841467]
Identifier: PH001_1203

Four Brown Bear killed by Tautak on a Reindeer Round-up. Ladies with bear skins. Mr. Andrews sent them East, fall of 1926, second time in 1927 from Grand Rapids to Massachusettes. Drove reindeer, paraded streets, drove reindeer up on the stage of theatre.

Dates: undated