Ciin qutraam qiurlignek Iingellrullra = Why the crane has blue eyes / story related by Matt Andrews and his class ; translated by Andrew Paukan ; illustrated by Leonard Savage.
Why the crane has blue eyes
Slavery was an accepted custom in many Native tribes. On May 8, 1886, District Judge Layfayette Dawson in Sitka decided that the Thirteenth Amendment and the 1866 Civil Rights Act abolishing slavery applied to the "uncivilized tribes" of Alaska. ...
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.
Photographer's number C.36. Alaska Electric Light and Power Company (AEL&P), Juneau, acquired the Alaska - Juneau Gold Mining Company properties, including their photographs of the mining operation, construction of Salmon Creek Dam, etc.