File:King Island natives camped on beach at Nome.jpg

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English: A family of King Island Inupiat living in their umiak on the beach at Nome, Alaska in the early 20th century. King Island natives traditionally established summer camps on the Seward Peninsula. With the establishment of Nome, the camps were located nearby for trading purposes.
Date copyright, 1910 edition
Source Alaska the Great Country copyright 1908 MacMillan Co., photo copyright Frank H. Nowell; opposite p468 [1].
Author Ella Higginson; photographer Frank H. Nowell, Nome and Seattle

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