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Return to:   "Epidemics and Pandemic Flu of 1918-1919 - Native Alaskans had no natural immunity against the terrible diseases that swept through their people following contact with Europeans and Americans."

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A smallpox patient is quarantined in a tent
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Naknek woman cutting fish
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Four orphaned children at Pawik (Naknek)
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Fern Reese holds two flu orphans from an Interior village
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Mass grave at Chena Village
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"Service at grave of flu victims. 40% of [?] population and 25% of total Indian pop. died."
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Nenana flu victims were buried in this cemetery
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Camp on the tundra during the flu epidemic
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Helen Cecil Wilson Luzadder
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Helen Wilson Luzadder wrote a letter telling about the flu epidemic
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Page 2 of Helen Wilson Luzadder's letter
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The U.S. Navy's Second Division was sent to Juneau

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