Udforsk disse idéer og meget mere!

Ningealook

Ningealook

1950s Juneau, Alaska - Bing Images

1950s Juneau, Alaska - Bing Images

The Maqi describes the Yupik steam house and its usage and importance to Bristol Bay's Alaska Native culture. #BristolBay #Alaska

The Maqi describes the Yupik steam house and its usage and importance to Bristol Bay's Alaska Native culture. #BristolBay #Alaska

Sinrock Mary (Changunak Antisarlook Andrewuk) - Alaskan (Inupiaq) businesswoman known as "Queen of Reindeer." Unable to own her husband's property after his death, she fought to keep his reindeer herd, eventually becoming one of the richest women in Alaska due to her inventive ideas in reindeer herding.

Sinrock Mary (Changunak Antisarlook Andrewuk) - Alaskan (Inupiaq) businesswoman known as "Queen of Reindeer." Unable to own her husband's property after his death, she fought to keep his reindeer herd, eventually becoming one of the richest women in Alaska due to her inventive ideas in reindeer herding.

I love Alaska (:

I love Alaska (:

Inupiat boy at Barrow, Alaska - 1949

Inupiat boy at Barrow, Alaska - 1949

Modern Eskimo Whaler With GPS

Modern Eskimo Whaler With GPS

Marie Smith Jones (May 14, 1918 - January 21, 2008) was the last surviving speaker of the Eyak language, Anchorage, Alaska. Art Wolfe.

Marie Smith Jones (May 14, 1918 - January 21, 2008) was the last surviving speaker of the Eyak language, Anchorage, Alaska. Art Wolfe.

Photo of Yupik Eskimo women and man, wearing traditional dress, dancing outdoors on Bering Sea shore in grass,  Summer Nome, Alaska

Photo of Yupik Eskimo women and man, wearing traditional dress, dancing outdoors on Bering Sea shore in grass, Summer Nome, Alaska

Pinterest
Søg