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  • Collection: Native American Religions, Spring 2016

both adults and baby wearing western-influenced clothing while sitting poised for a picture

Three King Islanders, presumably a family consisting of a mother, father, and a daughter.

Two adults with three children in mixed modern and traditional clothing in front of house

Two young adults with two children in traditional winter clothing in front of house

Two adults. One baby. Two children. Wood plank sidewalk. Man on porch.

A family of four with a man in western clothing a woman in a kuspuk, and two young children, all wearing mukluks.

What appears to be the Mother and Father are in the middle of the photo each holding a child. The younger children appear to be in the foreground and older children appear to be in the background.

Written on back of photo: "Rev Martin J. Lonneux, St. Joseph's Church, Nome-Alaska". A family takes a picture in front of church. Child watches from background.

King Island family standing together for photo. There appears to be 4 adult males, 2 adult females, 1 child. Note on back written by Jesuit mentions that he could not remember any of the individuals names.

5 adults; including 1 young child. Adult on left in western clothing
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