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Accession Number: TT.00343
Date of Photo: 1984/03/03
Caption: "Mike Albert of Tunuak gets a little moral support from Chris Walunga-Bywater only moments after asking Judge Berger why "the real Landowners" were not asked when Alaska became a  State and later when ANCSA was passed.  Walunga-Bywater said she had been waiting for someone to ask that question."

Description: Photo of a elderly man, identifed as Mike Albert of Tununak, and a young woman, identified as Chris Walunga-Bywater, embracing on an Anchorage sidewalk.   They had been talking to Thomas Berger of the Alaska Native Review Commission about issues related to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.


Name: Mike Albert
Ethnicity: Yup’ik
Role: Subject

Name: Unknown Photographer
Ethnicity:
Role: Photographer

Name: Chris Walunga-Bywater
Ethnicity:
Role: Subject

State: Alaska
Region:
Community:

Organizations: Alaska Native Review Commission
Indigenous Group: Multiple
Publication Information: 1984/03/21
CD Number: 047

Annotations: Mike Albert of Tunuak gets a little moral support from Chris Walunga-Bywater only moments after asking Judge Berger why "the real Landowners" were not asked when Alaska became a  State and later when ANCSA was passed.  Walunga-Bywater said she had been waiting for someone to ask that question."  T.T. 3/21/84  ANCSA
Keywords: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Portraits:Group portraits



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