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Thumbnail Object Title Description Collection
image thumbnail Fannie Negovanna. As a little girl, Fannie lost her parents a TB outbreak in the North Slope region. She went to Wrangell and was later adopted by Weir and Roseanna Negovanna. Information and identification courtesy of her eldest daughter, Lucille A. Mayer. Ethel M. (Clayton) Montgomery. Photographs, 1934-1989. ASL-PCA-348
image thumbnail Fannie Negovanna As a little girl, Fannie lost her parents a TB outbreak in the North Slope region. She went to Wrangell and was later adopted by Weir and Roseanna Negovanna. Information and identification courtesy of her eldest daughter, Lucille A. Mayer. Ethel M. (Clayton) Montgomery. Photographs, 1934-1989. ASL-PCA-348
image thumbnail Wainwright to Wrangell-Spring only Fannie Negovanna. Title from verso. Portrait of Fannie Negovanna wearing a ruff. As a little girl, Fannie lost her parents a TB outbreak in the North Slope region. She went to Wrangell and was later adopted by Weir and Roseanna Negovanna. Information and identification courtesy of her eldest daughter, Lucille A. Mayer. Ethel M. (Clayton) Montgomery. Photographs, 1934-1989. ASL-PCA-348
image thumbnail Anaktuvuk Pass, 1950. 66 second film clip, color/silent, of people gathering and transporting fire wood. A woman,working in front of a semi-subterranean house, is chopping kindling; another woman appears to be setting a small snare; men are using dog sleds to transport logs; interspersed are shots of children and dog mushing. North Slope Borough School District Film Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Aerial view of an oil rig on the North Slope. Aerial view of an oil rig on the tundra of the North Slope. 26-second film clip, color/silent. Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Pioneer Pete Collection;
image thumbnail A waste area near P[ump] S[tation] 2. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of waste area near Pump Station 2 during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction on North Slope in Alaska, with pipeline supports running across photo. July 10, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8 " x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail A concreted pipe with galvanized iron covering. Title taken from verso. View of pipe with concrete coating at Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction site at Sagavanirktok River on North Slope in Alaska. Also from verso: "Weighted pipe needed due to negative water table and under river passage." Sept. 9, 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Bringing the Colville Queen ACV from North Slope to the Yukon River. Title taken from verso. View of truck hauling "Colville Queen" ACV (air cushion vehicle) from North Slope to Yukon River during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction, about 30 miles south of Old Man Camp in Interior Alaska. Also from verso: "This 30 miles south of Old Man Camp; -52F." Nov. 25, 1974. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Deering cleaning fish, 1950 34 second film clip, color/silent, of women and children cleaning fish on the beach near Deering, Alaska. North Slope Borough School District Film Collection; Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks;
image thumbnail Cutline P: Seismic exploration Title from verso. "Seismic exploration 'cat' train, in the foreground, was at work on Alaska's North slope in 1969 while exploratory drilling continued nearby. (Atlantic Richfield photo)." Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Crossing the Sag River. Title taken from verso. Nighttime view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction site where pipe crosses Sagavanirktok River on North Slope in Alaska. 1975? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Construction men called this device a rock saw. Title taken from verso. View of rock saw, or trenching machine, digging trench for gas supply line during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Also from verso: "It is digging in permafrost for gas supply line between Prudhoe and Pump 4. Turbines are driven by natural gas rather than diesel." Printing on machine reads: "Barber-Greene." Aug. 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Compacting the -1 material which beds the pipeline in a permafrost area on the Slope about 20 miles south of Pump Sta[tion] N[umbe]r 1. Title taken from verso. View of construction workers packing down material around pipes in trenches in permafrost area south of Pump Station Number 1 at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, during Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction. June 1975. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 10" x 8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Comm[unications] center on North Slope. Title taken from verso. View of communications center at Trans-Alaska Pipeline Pump Station 1, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, including buildings, satellite dish, and antenna. Aug. 6, 1974. Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Cluster of modular units Title from verso. Full verso caption reads:"Cluster of modular units is home to seismic crew during early North Slope exploration. The units, pulled across the frozen tundra with caterpillar tractors, became known as 'cat trains.' " Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Cargo plane lands at Prudhoe Bay airstrip Title from verso.Full caption from verso reads:"Hercules C-130 aircraft lands on ARCO's Prudhoe Bay airstrip to supply exploratory drilling operations late in 1969. The huge aircraft made it possible to transport drill rigs to the North Slope in the years before the North Slope haul road was built." Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Buried pipe crossing of the Sagavanirktok River was a difficult undertaking. Title taken from verso. Aerial view of Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction with buried pipes crossing Sagavanirktok River on North Slope in Alaska. 1975? Photographer: Steve McCutcheon. Original photograph size: 8" x 10 1/8". AMRC. McCutcheon Collection;
image thumbnail Dotson’ nonot’o_h = Raven got fooled Full title: Dotson’ nonot’o_h = Raven got fooled / translated by members of the Koyukon Cultural Enrichment Program ; illustrated by Thelma A. Webster. Parallel title: Raven got fooled Publication: Anchorage : Alaska State Operated Schools, 1973. Physical desc: 10, [1] leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. General Note: A production of the Alaska Native Language Program, a division of the Center for Northern Educational Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Language: In lower Koyukon Athapaskan with English summary. General Note: This story is an adaptation of a North Slope Eskimo story. Alaska State Library. Alaska Native Language Materials. ASL.
image thumbnail Big tracked vehicle pulls seismic equipment Title from verso. Photograph of a tracked convoy.Verso reads:"Big tracked vehicle pulls seismic equipment along its designated path during 1969 "shoot" on Alaska's North Slope." Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Bevel machine, north slope. Title taken from accompanying note."Bevel machine, north slope, Prudhoe Bay, 1971 [Surfcote, 1971]". A crane operator is raising or lowering a piece of machinery. In the background at left, hundreds of lengths of pipe lie stacked. Bruce Haldeman Papers, 1953-1989;
image thumbnail Barrow. 35 second film clip, color/silent. Film shows Barrow as seen from an airplane and the ground. From "A time to remember" by the North Slope Borough Planning Dept., produced by Media Design Associates, Inc. (Boulder, Colo.); producer, director, Bert Kempers; screenwriters, Fred G. Klerekoper ... [et al.]. Original credits: Camera, Fred G. Klerekoper ... [et al.] ; editors, Bert Kempers, Susie Phillips ; narrators, Lea Phillips ... [et al.] ; music, Barro Dance Group. Alaska Film Archives, University of Alaska, Fairbanks; University of Alaska Fairbanks, Film Collection;
image thumbnail Barges frozen at ARCO's East Dock in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska Title from verso.Full caption from verso reads:"Barges used to transport Prudhoe Bay oil field facilities from the West Coast to Alaska's North Slope during the summer of 1969 remain frozen in the ice at ARCO's East Dock during the following winter." Atlantic Richfield Company Collection;
image thumbnail Portion of proposed Taku River Highway between Tulsequah and the Inklin River. View looking upstream from Mile 62, showing typical topography; location of proposed highway would follow the toe of the north or left slope; rocky point at center is representative of most expensive construction Alaska Road Commission Photograph Collection, ca. 1909-1959. ASL-PCA-61;
image thumbnail Tributary of Anaktuvuk River south of Umiat. North Slope of Brooks Range in background. August 13, 1969 Sagwon, Anaktuvuk, Umiat, Hickel Highway, August 8, 12, and 13, 1969. Theodore R. Merrell Photograph Collection, 1969 DDT Arctic Survey. ASL-PCA-490
image thumbnail Northern Commercial Company store, Fort Yukon. North Slope Arctic DDT Pesticide Fish Sampling, August 1-13, 1969. Title and description taken from inventory. Theodore R. Merrell Photograph Collection, 1969 DDT Arctic Survey. ASL-PCA-490

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