Native dwellings, including tents, plank buildings and log buildings. Canoes and people on beach. [Taku village, which was located just southeast of Juneau on the mainland. Information courtesy of Jim Geraghty of Juneau, AK.]
Title from image caption As early as 1775, Russian Orthodox Churches were built in nearly every Alaskan village under Russian influence; artist Sam McClain, painting from old photographs, drawings, or other likenesses, produced 106 watercolors...
Title from caption. Photograph of an unidentified coastal town, probably Douglas in Southeast Alaska. Narrative in photo album reads: "Coast towns showing how they are squeezed in between mts. and water."
Title written on slide. Community house, or clan house, at Mud Bight Totem Park (now known as Totem Bight State Historical Park) near Ketchikan, Alaska. This color slidewas taken by Charlotte E. Mauk circa 1944.
Title taken from front. View of log Protestant church with a cross over the doorway nestled among the trees in the Matanuska Valley in southcentral Alaska. Another building can be seen in the background. Postcard.
Title taken from verso. View of community building with food cache in foreground and whale skin umiak on rack in background in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. April 1969. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from verso. View of community building made of walrus skin and driftwood in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, with walrus skin umiak on rack at left. April 1969. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title taken from name on building. According to information in photograph, the building was located at the intersection of 1st Ave and Lacy Street in Fairbanks, Alaska. Signs on the building read: "Natives Arts and Craft Shop" and "Tanana Chiefs...