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Alaska Native orphans, Tyonek 1921

The children were probably orphaned as a result of a wide spread flu epidemic at this time. They are well clothed and shod, and the boys have very short haircuts. Not a smile in the group. The building could possibly be the school or a Russian Orthordox church.

Individuals

Unidentified 

Collection

KPC Anthropology Dept 

Location

Tyonek, Alaska 

Date

October 1921 

Photographer

Ben B. Mozee 

Image Type

B&W copy 

Dimensions

6.5x4cm 

Condition

Good 

Identified By

UAF Library & Alan Boraas 

Date Cataloged

9/2/2003 

Archive Location

KPC Anthropology Lab 


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