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    • Bus in Nome.

    • Bus in Nome.

    • Title from caption.

      Imprint on slide: "Aug 58."

      Passengers are shown in a parked bus decorated with pictures of a man gold panning, a husky dog, and a gold dredge. The bus is green and a creamy white in color. Signs on the side of...

    • UAF-1994-23-76
    • Grizzly bear.

    • Grizzly bear.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      A large bear is seen while eating fish. The brown bear also known as the grizzly usually has dark brown hair, varying from light creamy to black. Their distinguishing feature is distinctive hump on the ir shoulders, a...

    • UAF-2003-194-5791
    • Polar Bear

    • Polar Bear

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this picture a polar bear is sitting on the snow and gazing ahead.

      Cataloguer's nore: The Polar bears are the largest land carnivore in the world, they have elongated bodies and slender necks and their coats vary...

    • UAF-2003-194-159
    • Brown Bears

    • Brown Bears

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The brown bear also known as the grizzly usually has dark brown hair, varying from light creamy to black. Their distinguishing feature is the hump on their shoulders, a slight "dished" profile to the face and long claws on...

    • UAF-2003-194-5685
    • Second phase of training.

    • Second phase of training.

    • Title taken from information with photograph. Photograph taken during Miriam Bell's food educator training classes, which were part of the Alaska Federation of Natives Regional Food Educator Project. Also from information: "The second phase of...

    • uaa-hmc-1074-b2-f3-b-5-08

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