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Berries gathered by Athabascan women as a food source. Photograph
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Traditional Athabaskan baskets made from birchbark and beargrass, Alaska. Photograph
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Traditional Athabascan bark-covered dwelling located inside a hunting and fishing camp, Chena Village, Alaska. Photograph
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Athabaskan temporary wickiup covered with tree branches, used during hunts or at fishing camp, Chena Village, Alaska. Photograph
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Athabascan baskets, snowshoes, bows & arrows, and moosehide clothing trimmed with fur and beadwork, in a museum display, Alaska. Photograph
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Athabascan moosehide coat trimmed with dentalium shells, beadwork, and fringe, Alaska. Photograph
ARAB2W-00102
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Athabascan moosehide moccasins trimmed with fur and beadwork, Alaska. Photograph
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Moosehide stretched on a wooden rack for cleaning and tanning, Alaska. Photograph
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Athabascan moosehide dress trimmed with beaver fur and beadwork, Alaska. Photograph
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Athabaskan village used as a fishing and hunting camp on the Chena River, Fairbanks, Alaska. Photograph
ARAB2W-00245
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Moose near a stream running through a scenic meadow, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Portage, Alaska. Photograph
ARAB2W-00277
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Athabascan homelands of pristine mountains and forests, Alaska. Photograph
ARIN2W-00011
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Inuit women throat singers in fur parkas and mukluks, Nunavut, Canada. Photograph
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Athabascan Courtney Carroll models a fur parka worn in winter months by the Inuit, Alaska. Photograph
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Stephanie Pitka models a caribou-hide and beaver-pelt parka trimmed with wolf fur, Chena River Indian Village, Alaska. Photograph
ARIN2W-00075
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Inuit teens playing the Butting Heads game that calls for strength and endurance. Photograph
ARIN2W-00126
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Yupik Eskimo shelter of logs and sod, Yupik/Cup'ig village site, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage. Photograph
ARIN2W-00131
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Inuit family inside a summer dwelling of animal skins stretched over a wooden frame. Historic drawing
ARIN2W-00133
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Reindeer pulling a sled for Inuit villagers who are wearing Russian style clothing. Antique illustration
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Yupik Eskimo Lily Joe sewing colorful patchwork of beads and ribbons to decorate a fur parka, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage AK. Photograph
ARIN2W-00144
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Waterproof Inuit mukluks made from seal fur. Photograph
ARIN2W-00185
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Native kayak in iceberg-invested coastal waters, Alaska. Antique illustration
ARIN2W-00301
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Glacier-rimmed coastal waters where Inuit hunted seals and whales, Alaska. Photograph
ARIN2W-00302
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Glacier-rimmed coastal waters where Inuit hunted seals and whales, Alaska. Photograph
ARIN2W-00317
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Yupik Eskimo shelter of logs and sod, Yupik/Cup'ig village site, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage. Photograph
ARIN2W-00353
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Fish-head soup, a specialty of the Inuit people of Alaska. Photograph
ARIN3W-00195
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Inuit woman inside an igloo chewing on leather to soften it for sewing. Antique photograph
ARIN3W-00373
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Cup'ig Eskimo children in a kayak, Nunivak Island, 1929. Antique photograph
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Whale meat drying on wooden racks, Hooper Bay, Alaska. Antique photograph
EVNT2A-00099
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Shooting the White-Horse Rapids en route to the Klondike gold fields, 1898. Hand-colored halftone
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Prospectors with a dogsled pushing through a snowstorm to the Klondike goldfields, 1898. Hand-colored halftone
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Prospectors nearing summit of the Chilkoot Pass on their way to the Klondyke gold fields, 1897. Hand-colored woodcut
EVNT2A-00324
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Alaska gold rush prospectors at the summit of the Chilkoot Pass, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone illustration
EVNT2A-00357
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Prospector in the Klondyke with his equipment and sled, 1898. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
EVNT3A-00307
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Newspaper ad for steamship travel to the Klondike during the gold rush, 1897. Document
EVNT3A-00322
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Cudahy-Healy Yukon-Klondike Mining Co. shares for sale, 1897. Woodcut
EVNT3A-00323
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Juneau, Alaska, start of the Chilkoot Pass route to the goldfields, 1897. Halftone reproduction of a photograph
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Chart of Bering's voyage from Kamchatka, Russia, to North America, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00331
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North America at the close of the Revolution - Treaty 1783. Printed color lithograph
EXPL3A-00309
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Map of Mikkelsen-Leffingwell's Anglo-American expedition, 1906-07. Woodcut
GATL2A-00003
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Snowshoe traveler and his Arctic dog-team at a campfire. Printed halftone of illustration by Oliver Kemp
NATI2A-00009
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Innuit family with dog team and sled, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00185
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Netsilik Eskimo men playing kalandi, circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut of sketch by Schwatka Arctic expedition
NATI3A-00166
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Innuit hunter and his seal dog, 1800s. Woodcut
NATI3A-00168
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Inuit hunter observing walrus-herds on the clam shoals at Bristol Bay, Alaska. Woodcut
NATI3A-00169
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Eskimo hunters harpooning walrus from a boat, 1800s. Woodcut
NWTL2W-00110
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Tlingit boats on the waters of Glacier Bay, Alaska. Painting
NWTL2W-00254
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Southeast Alaska coast, traditional Tlingit homeland. Photograph
NWTL2W-00261
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Southeast Alaska, traditional Tlingit homeland. Photograph
PUSA2A-00026
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Joseph Juneau, discoverer of the Gold Creek and Basin Mines, Alaska, holding a nugget. Hand-colored woodcut
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Polar bear protecting a seal kill. Hand-colored woodcut
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Sitka, or New Archangel, capital of Alaska 1869, when purchased from Russia. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00002
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Map of Alaska and British Columbia, 1872. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00003
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Native American reindeer corral in Alaska, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00004
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Sailing ship in sight of Makushin volcano on Unalaska Island in the Aleutians, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00005
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Interior of a native home on the Unalakleet River, Norton Sound, Alaska, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00006
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Tlingit native village at Wrangell, Alaska, 1870. Hand-colored woodcut
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Old Fort Yukon in Alaska, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00008
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Fort Yukon, a Hudson Bay Company trading post in Alaska, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USAK2A-00010
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Russian fort at Nulato, Alaska, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut

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