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    • Fishing through ice.

    • Fishing through ice.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Kotzebue" was crossed out on the slide, and another "K" word is written, but is illegible. A Native Alaskan man wearing a white fur-trimmed kuspuk is ice fishing. He holds a white spear, and another tool. A Native...

    • UAF-1997-108-491
    • Dividing first seal.

    • Dividing first seal.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also says, "Hooper Bay." A group of Native Alaskans gather around to divide the edible parts of the first seal that was brought in that season. There are two women, four to five children, and two men in the group,...

    • UAF-1997-108-440
    • Eskimo bread.

    • Eskimo bread.

    • Title from slide.

      Two smiling Native Alaskan girls and a toddler boy sit near an open cooking fire, with a fry pan cooking Eskimo bread on it. A metal bucket is near the fire, and dead grass is all around the area. A log post is nearby...

    • UAF-1997-108-450
    • Lona, Hooper Bay.

    • Lona, Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      Lona is wearing a black and red plaid shirt, dark pants, and red shoes. Behind her are several log buildings, all of which have a wind tower either on them or near them. There is a girl in a fur-trimmed kuspuk sitting...

    • UAF-1997-108-453
    • Rose Anna Sippary.

    • Rose Anna Sippary.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also reads, "Hooper Bay, 1949." About 19 school-age children are gathered to the right of a woman wearing a pink dress and dark jacket. Some of the youth are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks, while some of the boys are...

    • UAF-1997-108-454
    • Hooper Bay.

    • Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      A group of about 33 Native Alaskans of all ages gather and lift meat portions into the air. A man in a green fur-trimmed kuspuk holds a stick with a seal skin on it. Many of the girls and women are wearing headscarves,...

    • UAF-1997-108-456
    • Hooper Bay gathering.

    • Hooper Bay gathering.

    • Title from indexer.

      A group of about 33 Native Alaskans of all ages gather and lift meat portions into the air. A man in a green fur-trimmed kuspuk holds a stick with a seal skin on it in one hand, and a black tool in the other. Many of...

    • UAF-1997-108-460
    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Sledding on cardboard.

    • Title from indexer.

      "Hooper Bay" is written on the slide. About a dozen Native Alaskan children are sledding down a snowy hill on cardboard squares. They are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks, pants, and mukluks. Some have mittens, but one boy...

    • UAF-1997-108-462
    • Hooper Bay, 1950.

    • Hooper Bay, 1950.

    • Title from slide.

      Six Native Alaskans, four of them women and two children, are in front of a log cabin. The two women standing are wearing coats and mukluks, while the four others are wearing fur-trimmed kuspuks and mukluks. A wind...

    • UAF-1997-108-465
    • Chevak.

    • Chevak.

    • Title from slide.

      Two Native Alaskan women wearing kuspuks stand together in the midst of several snow-covered dwellings. One woman is carrying a small child on her back, who is also wearing a fur-trimmed kuspuk. Two wind towers can be...

    • UAF-1997-108-468
    • Chevak.

    • Chevak.

    • Title from slide.

      The finding aid says, "is school" for this photo. Several Native Alaskan adults stand amidst the children, with a couple of dog sleds parked to the right of the photo. Most of the people have hats or scarves on, or have...

    • UAF-1997-108-472
    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Tuntutuliak.

    • Title from slide.

      The finding aid also says, "Native church." Seven Native Alaskan men and four children stand in front of a white building with dark green trim around the windows and corners. Three of the men are wearing red and black ...

    • UAF-1997-108-476
    • Tuntutuliak, March 1951.

    • Tuntutuliak, March 1951.

    • Title from slide.

      Seven Native Alaskan men and five children stand for a photo in front of two wooden homes. A wind tower is behind to the left, with wires leading to the home on the left. Two of the men are wearing mukluks that have trim...

    • UAF-1997-108-479

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