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Accession Number: TT.00377
Date of Photo: 1984/04
Caption: "Evelyn Pete watches as her eldest son Louis, who missed benefits under ANCSA because was one-sixteenth too low, swings her youngest son Matt Frankson, who missed benefits because he was born after December 18, 1971."

Description: Group portrait of three people in a building made of logs.  Evelyn Pete is standing watching her son Louis Pete, who is swinging her youngest son Matt Frankson in his arms.  The photo was taken in the context of a story about the Alaska Native Review Commission and the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.  Ms. Pete recieved benefits under ANCSA while her sons were ineligible.


Name: Evelyn Pete
Ethnicity:
Role: Subject

Name: Matt Frankson
Ethnicity:
Role: Subject

Name: Unknown Photographer
Ethnicity:
Role: Photographer

Name: Louis Pete
Ethnicity:
Role: Subject

State: Alaska
Region:
Community:

Organizations: Alaska Native Review Commission
Publication Information: 1984/04/30
CD Number: 050

Annotations: Evelyn Pete watches as her eldest son Louis, who missed benefits under ANCSA because was one-sixteenth too low, swings her youngest son Matt Frankson, who missed benefits because he was born after December 18, 1971.  T.T. 4-30-84
Keywords: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Portraits:Group portraits



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