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Accession Number: TT.00380
Date of Photo: 1984/08
Caption: "Mike Smith pauses after killing a grizzly bear (see last week’s Tundra Times for complete picture story) which was invading a fish camp."

Description: Photo of Mike Smith standing in a forrest clearing, holding a pistol and looking down at a grizzly bear he just killed after it invaded a fish camp and interrupted a meeting of the Alaska Native Review Commission.


Name: Bill Hess
Ethnicity: Non-indigenous
Role: Photographer

Name: Mike Smith
Ethnicity: Athabascan
Role: Subject

State: Alaska
Region: Doyon
Community:

Indigenous Group: Athabascan
Publication Information: 1984/08/01
CD Number: 051

Annotations: Mike Smith pauses after killing a grizzly bear (see last week’s Tundra Times for complete picture story) which was invading a fish camp.  when he was 17, Smith earned $54,000 but is now interested in Indian law.  T.T. 8-1-84
Keywords: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Events:Meetings
Indigenous Groups:Athabascan
People:Men
Portraits
Subsistence:Hunting



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