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Faye Chamberlain

Faye Chamberlain

Faye Chamberlain lived on the Yukon River at Twenty-One Mile and Six Mile near Circle, Alaska for several years while married to Richard Smith. They lived a subsistence lifestyle based on fishing, hunting, and trapping. Faye felt that establishment of Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve and the subsequent management regulations made it hard for local people living in the area. Later, she moved to Dawson City, Yukon-Territory, Canada.

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