Title taken from image caption. Three Alaska Native women, one holding a child; an Alaska Native man, and an officer from the Thetis. A dog on the left. The group is standing before the door to an underground dwelling.
Title from accompanying materials. Dirt road in foreground. An aqueduct crosses above the road to the mill and the overshot waterwheel. Other buildings and a picket fence are opposite the mill. Image : Sitka Saw-mill.
Relief shown by hachures; depths shown by soundings. Shows boundary line of 1825 between Russian and British possessions in North America. Signed by George Davidson. In Tikhmenev, Istoricheskoe obozrienie obrazovaniia Rossiisko-amerikanskoi...
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. "Engraved for the People's Publishing Co, Chicago, Ill." Page 95. Map does not include Nome or other towns established during the gold rush. North portion of S. America on verso. In color.