From caption, "Dance group in April 1976 taken indoors, location unknown. The male dancer, Joey Chief, is performing Southern style Yupik dancing." Photograph of four Alaska Natives dancing in traditional dress.
United States atlas: maps and charts accompanying the case and counter case of the United States, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.
"Ott and Scheele owned the Northern Commercial Co. store at Eagle, Alaska. Having purchased it when the Northern Commercial Co. discontinued their Eagle Trading Co store at the left of the picture, he dealt mostly with the natives. The building at...
View of town of Sitka, Alaska, including Castle/United States Signal Office (tallest building in center) and Customs House and Army barracks (at right). From border of photo: "Custom House. U.S. Signal Office." 1882-1885.
Title taken from caption on Album. "In Moose skin coat and trousers. Titus Alexander of Hot Spring." Chief Titus stands in front of a log building wearing a traditional beaded bandolier with a fur pouch.