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1914 ANB annual convention

By 1914, the ANB had grown in number and voted to build a meeting hall in Sitka. Pictured at the annual convention are, front row, from left: James Watson, Frank Mercer, Herbert Murchison, Chester Worthington, Peter Simpson, Paul Liberty, Rev. Edward Marsden, Haines DeWitt, Mark Jacobs, Sr., and Charles Newton. Second row, from left: John Willard, James Johnson (Woosk-Kee-Nah), Seward Kunz, Stephen Nickels, Donald Austin, George McKay, Cyrus Peck, Sr., Eli Katanook, Charles Daniel, Don Cameron, Ralph Young, Rudolph Watson, William S. Jackson, and Frank D. Price, Sr. Third row, from left: James Gordon, Andrew Hope, George Bartlett, Tommie Williams, John Williams, George Lewis, and Sergius Williams. Alaska State Library.

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