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Yupik Doll by Artist Betty Atchak, Chevak: Granddaughter of artist Natalia Smith (1917-2006) of Hooper Bay.  http://www.alaskanative.net/en/main_nav/education/culture_alaska/yupik/

Yupik Doll by Artist Betty Atchak, Chevak: Granddaughter of artist Natalia Smith (1917-2006) of Hooper Bay. http://www.alaskanative.net/en/main_nav/education/culture_alaska/yupik/

YUPIK: traditional dance attire  http://www.alaskanative.net/en/main_nav/education/culture_alaska/yupik/

Festival of Native Arts 2009 @ Fairbanks, AK put on at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, UAF.

Photo of Eskimo girl wearing an Alaskan Native headdress and kuspuk in Eagle River, Southcentral Alaska in Summer.

Photo of Eskimo girl wearing an Alaskan Native headdress and kuspuk in Eagle River, Southcentral Alaska in Summer.

Pair of grass socks of the Ingalik or Aleut of the Subarctic, Yukon River (Alaska made of rye grass). These were worn inside of a seal or other boot to keep the feet dry.

Yup'ik dancer, Cama-i Dance Festival - Bethel, Alaska 1998. James H. Barker

Yup'ik dancer, Cama-i Dance Festival - Bethel, Alaska James H. Wonderful Elder showing the traditions!

YUPIK: head dress for Eskiom dance  http://www.alaskanative.net/en/main_nav/education/culture_alaska/yupik/

YUPIK: head dress for Eskiom dance

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