[no list, pages not numbered: 40 p. est.]
01. Why the parents want their daughter to stop school
02. Story of Yaktak (Siberian)
03. Story (Siberian) [Ongazek successful hunter and wife whose boy kid cried]
04. Story (Siberian)...
[n.d.] The book of Iumek (Old Time) Oct. 15—1917 [30p. est.]
2. Human man changes into stone
3. Beliefs on the images
4. Our songs
5. The sorcerers of the stone age
6. Why the people would not use another’s...
[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...
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
Title taken from caption. View of a woman, three children, and a man near a rack of drying salmon at Naknek, Alaska. Pawik is a variant name for Naknek. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to Katmai area, 1919.
Group of people photographed at their summer camp. Identifications are: John Kivutsut, Mary Loola, Mable Kivutsut, Hannah Loola, Julia Loola, Sandy Robert, Arthur Kivutsut. A dog is attached to a sled and there are several snowshoes to the right...
Men, women and children mill around what appears to be a fairground. There are amusement park rides and playground equipment such as a jungle gym, swings and slides. Children are playing on the playground...