Ordinary and Extraordinary Lives of Alaskan Women, 1880-1960


Community


Community can mean so many different things. It may mean gathering for a ritual activity, gathering to promote some aspect of community welfare, or just taking a moment to pose together for no particular purpose at all.

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Adak, ca. 1943-1945. Nurses march in a unit dress parade for the 179th Station Hospital as a brass band plays.
[Otto K. Gralert World War II scrapbook, HMC-0550]


Southeast, ca. 1890-1900. Women pose in the traditional regalia of a Southeast Native community.
[Julia Willma Weber papers, HMC-0344]





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