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“The Itelmens – Indians of Russia” are original inhabitants of the Kamchatka peninsula. A number of anthropological studies revealed that the Itelmens’ closest genetic relatives are Indians of the Tlingit tribe resident in Alaska.

Selkup, indigenous people inhabiting northern parts of Tomsk Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai (within Siberia), Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, and Nenets Autonomous Okrug in Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Selkup, indigenous people inhabiting northern parts of Tomsk Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai (within Siberia), Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, and Nenets Autonomous Okrug in Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Itelmen dance

Photo of Itelmen dance

Symbolic Immortality: The Tlingit Potlatch of the Nineteenth Century

Symbolic Immortality: The Tlingit Potlatch Of The Nineteenth Century Second Edition (Naomi B.

Evens (or Eveny), indigenous people in Siberia and the Russian Far East © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Bryan and Cherry Alexander Photography. Leading photographers of the Polar Regions specialising in pictures of indigenous peoples of the North and all aspects of Antarctica.

The Red Book of Russian People: the Aleuts «

The Red Book of Russian People: the Aleuts

What does the name "Alaska" mean? Alaska is the Russian version of the Aleutian word Alakshak, which means great lands or peninsula.

With lasso at the ready, a Dolgan reindeer herder waits with his dog during a winter round up on the tundra. Taymyr, Northern Siberia, Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography

Dolgans, indigenous people in Krasnoyarsk Krai federal subject of Russia (northern Siberia) © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Udegeys / Udege people

Udegeys / Udege people

Khanty people - indigenous people of Khanty-Mansiysk / Siberia, Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

A Khanty woman & her children arriving by reindeer sled at a festival in Nadym.

Dolgans, indigenous people in Krasnoyarsk Krai federal subject of Russia (northern Siberia) © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

Image of innokentiy zharkov, a dolgan reindeer herder, covered in frost while working with his reindeer during the winter. taymyr, n. by ArcticPhoto

Portraits of Alaska, by Clark James Mishler.  His portrait a day display is currently at the Anchorage Museum

How cuuuute! Young Yup'ik girl in kuspuk, Kwethluk, Alaska by clark james mishler ~ this little one was on the cover of 'Alaska' magazine.

Tlingit people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tinglit - Map Group of Native Americans, one of the northwestern types famous for the totem poles. They're part of the Na-Dene language family as mentioned above, and live in southeast Alaska and western Canada

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