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Funny Pictures Of The Day - 51 Pics

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Woman's Hair Ornament -- Circa 1900 -- Chilkat Tlingit, Alaska -- Mountain goat horn & abalone -- Via Smithsonian's Native American Indian Museum -- Washington, DC

Eskimo with seal and spear by norwegian designer Arne Tjomsland, 1950s.

Eric in Alaska by Leonard Shortall 1967 by mainelykidsbooks, $4.00

Forest Falls,Juneau Alaska

Inupiat group at Nome, Alaska - circa 1904 — with Wayne Drake

Combat fishing on the Russian River, Alaska

The Kenai River called Kahtnu in the Dena'ina language is a river in the Kenai Peninsula of south central Alaska. It runs 82 miles (132 km) westward from Kenai Lake in the Kenai Mountains, through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and Skilak Lake to its outlet into the Cook Inlet of the Pacific Ocean near Kenai and Soldotna, Alaska. www.captainblighs...

Running of the Reindeer!... Fur Rondy is around 80 years old heritage/fun festival in Anchorage... Snow sculptures, ice sculptures, carnival rides like the Ferris Wheel in snow, try out a traditional native blanket toss, and huge native crafts show in an Anchorage mall. Every spring a week before Iditarod. *Also, Anchorage has the nation's largest Empty Bowl a week after Iditarod.

Fur Rendezvous 2009 - Remember Alaska

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Two Laughing Inuit Children Image No: ND-1-71 Title: Two laughing Inuit children, in native clothing, Nome, Alaska. Date: [ca. 1900-1908]

Kodiak town was once the capital of Russian Alaska, but today it is know for one reason only: it is home to the largest grizzly bears in the world.

Visit Kodiak Island, Alaska - Holidays & Tours | Audley Travel

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Caribou herd swimming during migration, Kobuk River, Alaska. // Caribou (Minden Pictures/SuperStock)

Moose Calf Nuzzling Mom in the Rain ♥

The Grand Aleutian Hotel & Unisea Inn, Dutch Harbor (part of the Aleutian Islands), Alaska.

Tlingit woman named Kaw-Claa wearing her potlatch dancing costume, Alaska, 1906