These are the Chilkat Dancers from Haines or Port Chilkoot as it was called at the time. The man using the drum on the far left is Carl Heinmiller. Identification courtesy of Blythe Carter, Sheldon Museum & Cultural Center.
Left to right, seated: Ivan Semenovich Semonov, Father Aleksandr Martysh and Iosif Rogers; standing: Timofei Fedorovich Demidov, Innokentii Perfilievich Chechenev, Vasilii Balashev and Vasilii Alekseevich Chechenev.
Seven are identified. Back row (l. to r.): Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Nikolai Ziorov, Priest Nikolai Rysev. Middle row, third from left: Semen Alfreevich Milovidov. Middle row, on right: Ivan Diakonov. Front row, far right: Spiridonov.
Verso: The ACS remote receiver station is seven miles from Juneau, Alaska. Because large level areas around Juneau can seldom be found, building and antennas are built on the edge of tied [tide] flats. Signal Corps Photo released by Pub Info...
Signal Corps photo number SC 140127. Verso: Aleutian Islands, Alaska.
With the playing of taps, a soldier is laid to rest atop a hill in Boot Hill Cemetery. Full military funerals are given soldiers who have died out here. There are seven...
From image: Baritello's outing party, Douglas, Alaska, Aug. 1910; seven people pose along Gastineau Channel shoreline, standing in field of native plants and wildflowers Printed from original glass-plate negative