Anaktuvuk Pass: Images

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image thumbnail Dogs sleds being used to haul logs 30 to 35 miles up the John River for construction of the first Chapel at Anaktuvuk. 1 min 25 sec film clip, color/silent. From title frame: "Wartes Collection, 1958". Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Wartes Collection;
image thumbnail Domed shelter with smoke stack. Title taken from information with photo. Man standing outside temporary domed shelter at Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Also from information with photo: "Elijah Kakinya, kind of living place, use it all the time, him and his wife." 1962. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/4" x 2 1/4". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Drummers and dancers. Title taken from information with photograph. Group of children dancing to music provided by drummers seated in background at Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Drummers include: Elijah Kakinya, Frank Rulland, and Simon Paneak. May 1970. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/4" x 2 1/4". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Drummers. Title taken from information with photograph. View of men playing skin drums in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. Men identified from information with photograph as: "Unknown, Arctic John, Elijah Kakinya, Frank Rulland, Simon Paneak." May 1970. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/4" x 2 1/4". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Dwelling in Anaktuvuk Pass. View of sod house at Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, with animal skins hanging on racks at right. 1962. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Earl Rossman, Anaktuvuk Pass, March 26, 1926. Title from notes on image <br> Full caption: "To my dear friend Karl Thiele, with the best wishes of Earl Rossman, (atop Endicott Mts, head of John River, entering Anaktuvuk Pass on March 26, 1926--Detroit Arctic Expedition" <br> Rossman poses behind his camera and tripod Karl Thiele Photograph Collection, 1924-1926. ASL-PCA-221
image thumbnail Elder helping student in Anaktuvuk Pass classroom. View of village elder helping student in classroom in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, with another student sitting in background. April 1967. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/8" x 2 1/8". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Elder teaching language in the Anaktuvuk Pass classroom. View of village elder teaching Inupiaq language in classroom in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. April 1967. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 2 1/4" x 2 1/4". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Elijah Groovenstein Kakinya poses for a picture. Information from interview with collection donor: "Ichabod." These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Elijah Kakinya (Ada Lincoln's mom's brother)" George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Equipment train passing thru Anaktuvuk Pass in Brooks Range before the road to the Arctic was built - The Dalton Hiway passes thru Atigun Pass about 100 miles to the east of Anaktuvuk. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction equipment convoy on ice road in Anaktuvuk Pass in Brooks Range, Alaska before Dalton Highway was built. March 29, 1974. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8 1/8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Eskimo carrying rear haunch of caribou on his shoulder. Title taken from information with photo. Eskimo hunter carrying caribou haunch after hunt in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska. 1962. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. Ward Wells Collection;
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing at a summer camp at Anaktuvuk Pass 60 second film clip, color/silent.Clip shows people in front of a large tent, dancing and drumming. John Downs Film Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing. Information from interview with collection donor: "Eskimo dancing. Lloyd Spetzman second from right with hat." These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "With cap = Ben Ahgook Next to with cap = Elijah Kakinya Far left = Lela Ahgook Behind pole =Frank Rulland Tannic = Lloyd Spetzman USGS plant ecologist Dancing in the middle = Homer Mekiana?" George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing. Information from interview with collection donor: "Eskimo dancing. Anak. Pass. 1948. Kids imitating their elders." These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Left = Thomas Rulland Middle = Lazarus Rulland" George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing. Information from interview with collection donor: "Lloyd Spetzman first on right with hat." These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Cynthia Ahnukuk (Annaqak?) taught at Anaktuvuk Pass in the summer." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing. Title by indexer. These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Eskimo Dancing. Girl is Ruth Rulland, 2nd boy from left is Johnny Rulland? Boy in the middle facing is Raymond Paneak." Similar to photo UAF-1991-63-19. George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Eskimo dancing. These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Eskimo Dancing. Girl is Ruth Rulland, 2nd boy from left is Johnny Rulland? Boy in the middle facing is Raymond Paneak." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Eskimos at Anak. Pass. These photo identifications were made by elders from Anaktuvuk Pass on their visit to Fairbanks November 3-6, 2008: "Thomas Rulland." The following information comes from an interview with the collection donor: Eskimos at Anak. Pass. 1948." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass. Information from interview with collection donor: "Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass (near Barrow)." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass. Information from interview with collection donor: "Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk. Information from interview with collection donor: "Flight from Barrow to Anaktuvuk Pass." George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Float plane lands on a lake. Title by indexer. A large floatplane lands on a lake. George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail Galbraith Camp. This equipment came in either via Hercules aircraft or over land by ice train thru Anaktuvuk Pass of the Brooks Range. Title taken from verso. View of construction equipment at Galbraith Lake pipeline construction camp during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction near Galbraith Lake in Brooks Range, Alaska, with helicopter in foreground. Aug 11, 1970. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail George A. Llano Collection, circa 1948. The George A. Llano Collection consists of 111 photographs relating to Llano's lichen research and the Anaktuvuk Pass and Wainwright areas, circa 1948. Subjects include plant collecting and identification, people and village activities in Anaktuvuk Pass, airplane flights, scenes from Wainwright, and Llano's research associates including Robert Rausch, Lloyd Spetzman, Simon Paneak and others.George Albert Llano was born Jorge Alberto Cecilio Perez y Llano in Havana, Cuba on November 22, 1911. He attended Cornell University, where he received a B. S. in 1935. Llano received an M.A. from Columbia Teachers College in New York in 1939. He began his Ph.D. work at Harvard University but was interrupted by world War II. After the war Llano continued his Ph.D. work at Vaxtbiologiska Institut in Uppsala, Sweden and finished his Ph.D. in botany at Washington University in St. Louis in 1949, while also working in Alaska collecting lichens with his mentor, Per Scholander. George A. Llano collection
image thumbnail George A. Llano poses for a picture. Title by indexer. Information from interview with collection donor: "Anaktuvuk Pass area." George A. Llano collection

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