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Accession Number: TT.04248
Date of Photo: 1983
Caption: When the Alaskans came to Frobisher Bay, many of them found several familiar faces from other countries. Make Kleist of Greenland became wellknown to many Alaskans last winter when she toured the state with Tukak Theater. The entire group showed up in Frobisher Bay and performed some of the pieces for which they are famous in the Artic. "Brothers and Sisters," Kleist called out during one of their numbers, "Let us stand united; because united we stand and divided we fall. Let us break down the wall!"

Description: When the Alaskans came to Frobisher Bay, many of them found several familiar faces from other countries. Make Kleist of Greenland became wellknown to many Alaskans last winter when she toured the state with Tukak Theater. The entire group showed up in Frobisher Bay and performed some of the pieces for which they are famous in the Artic. "Brothers and Sisters," Kleist called out during one of their numbers, "Let us stand united; because united we stand and divided we fall. Let us break down the wall!"


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

Name: Make Kleist
Ethnicity:
Role: Subject

State: Northwest Territories
Region:
Community: Frobisher Bay

Organizations: Innuit Circumpolar Conference
Publication Information: Tundra Times newspaper 8/10/83 page 16
CD Number: 577

Annotations: T.T. 8/10/83
Inuit Circumpolar Conf.
When the Alaskans came
to Frobisher Bay, many of
them found several famil-
iar faces from other coun-
tries. Make Kleist of
Greenland became well-
known to many Alaskans
last winter when she
toured the state with Tu-
kak Theater. The entire
group showed up in Fro-
bisher Bay and performed
some of the pieces for
which they are famous in
the Artic. "Brothers and
Sisters," Kleist called out
during one of their num-
bers, "Let us stand unit-
ed; because united we
stand and divided we fall.
Let us break down the
wall!"
Keywords: People:Women
Portraits



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