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Chief William of Tanana

UAF-1989-0166-375-Print

Chief William of Tanana was photographed wearing a traditional
moosehide jacket. The inscription “Fort Gibbon” can be seen on the wall
nearby. Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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