Title taken from verso. View of Pioneer Peak, near Palmer, Matanuska Valley, Alaska. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." n.d. Original photograph size: 3 1/2" 2 1/2".
Jim Fox noted that this is not Pioneer Peak and...
Title taken from verso. View of syphon on Davidson Ditch which brought Chatanika Creek water to Fox, Alaska during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction. August 1970. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10" x 8".
Original 1846 edition of the fundemental work on the Aleut language, the Eastern (Fox Island) dialect.
Published in 1846 in St. Petersburg, Russia by the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Physical description: 237p. File type: PDF 44.44MB
Three children next to Riddleford School; according to the teacher's report in the Historical Record, "This community is quite stable; its member consisting mostly of guides, trappers, fur (fox & mink) farmers, and Bureau of Public Roads men....
[hand-numbered: 116 p.; as listed in front of book with exception of bracketed title that is in book , but not listed in front]
1. War story between Council & S. Michael people
2. Story of Atrovik
3. Island Story
Copy 2: “Fisherman feeding the Eagles,” grave house and totem at cemetery south of Wrangall. George Blake of Wrangell told me this grave totem – Chas. Jones, father – in – law of Louis Paul and Shakes, put it up in honor of Ductan, who...
01. Superstitious Religions on sea-animals
02. The fox
03. The bear
05. The war between Oongazek and Sivookak
06. Story (Oongazek)
07. Story (Sivookak): Anangti, the Omeluk of the Punuk Is.
[Approximately 1/5 of volume is full: 15 p. est.; also contains article by Dr. Neuman as noted below]
01. What the woman wear on their bodies
02. The eclipse of the moon and the sun
03. Belief on when some part of the body...
The collection includes images of a 2,500 mile inspection trip to northern and interior Alaska which Governor Parks, Malcolm Elliott (President of the Alaska Road Commission) and R.J. Sommers (Territorial highway engineer) took in 1928.
This photo has been identified as Chief Kowee, in Juneau, with his wife Ok-lak and her sister (who was also his second wife). That identification, on verso, is considered to be incorrect. Verso: Kow-ee - Died Feb. 27, 1892. Wife "Ok-lak" and...
Topp, Roger (photographer). Video, 1:07 minutes MPG format. About 350 miles off the western coast of Alaska, in the Bering Sea, lie the Pribilof Islands. The more northerly of these windswept, treeless, volcanic islands is St. Paul Island. Clouds...