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Nagsragmiut Inland Eskimo dancers from the Village of Anaktuvuk Pass dance at the 2008 World Eskimo Indian Olympics held annually in Fairbanks, Alaska. Drums usually made from seal or caribou skin.
Photo ID#: 10-10575  Patrick J. Endres / AlaskaPhotoGraphics.com
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Photo ID#: 10-10575

Drummers of Nagsragmiut Inupiaq dancers WEIO

Nagsragmiut Inland Eskimo dancers from the Village of Anaktuvuk Pass dance at the 2008 World Eskimo Indian Olympics held annually in Fairbanks, Alaska. Drums usually made from seal or caribou skin.
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