Kayuqtullu, tulukkallu, suli atlat annugaurut / produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
2. Hillery McKenna
3. Wren Girl (crossed out)
4. John Meyers
5. Geo Nelson
1. Lucile Fox
2. Alice King
3. Henrietta Heid
4. Celia Tibbits
5. Hilda Lillestrand
6. B. Mullea
7. B. Olds
Title taken from image. Verso:First row (l. to r.): Henry Roden, John Devine, Jesta Timmerman, Randi Molver, Gladys Brewis, Marian Foster, Bess Millard, Unknown, and J.H. Patterson.
Second row (l. to r.): Victor Rivers, O.D. Cochran,...
Image: 1888-89 Ethnology A218 Totem posts Ft. Tongass N.B.M. Verso: View of houses and totem poles at Tongass village, Alaska. Top of third pole from right has a carved wooden figure of Abraham Lincoln. By N.B. Miller, U.S. Bureau of Fisheries;...
Seven are identified. Back row (l. to r.): Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Nikolai Ziorov, Priest Nikolai Rysev. Middle row, third from left: Semen Alfreevich Milovidov. Middle row, on right: Ivan Diakonov. Front row, far right: Spiridonov.
Title from image. Signs on buildings: Brewery and Log Cabin Soda Works. Log building with bell tower in foreground. Larger wooden building in background. Third and Main Streets, Juneau, Alaska. Formerly a carpenter's shop, school and church...
Haida Indians in ceremonial dress at the last traditional ceremony at Klinkwan before evacuation of the village to Hydaburg, c. 1900. Identified as Robert Edenshaw (left), Edwin Scott (third from left, heir to Kadnes or Dogfish House, in front of...
Verso: Front row (l. to r.): Lew Joy, Rob Hoopes, Maurice Johnson, Steve Vukovich, Joe Coble. Second row (l. to r.): Wm Egan, Ed Anderson, W.W. Laws, Ludwig Ost. Third row (l. to r.): G.E. Almquist, Harry Newell, James Nolen, Dewey Anderson,...