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THE HANSON FAMILY
OF
PILOT POINT


UPDATE:  SEE  1938 AND 1940  B.I.A. CENSUS LISTED BELOW


by Coleen Mielke  2017

Pilot Point (formerly Ugashik) is on the eastern shore of Ugashik Bay on the Alaska Peninsula. Today, the tiny village, of 75 Eskimo and Aleut people, is mainly a fishing village.

In 1929, Samuel Clarence and Florence May (Watts) Hanson, came to Alaska to teach school at Ugashik Village. Samuel taught 5th through 8th grade and Florence taught 1st grade through 4th grade.

In 1930, Florence's wages were terminated due to the Great Depression, so she taught for 15 years in Alaska with no pay. She also started the first post office at Ugashik, (which is when the village changed its name to Pilot Point). She was also the only nurse for the village and treated gun shot wounds, frost bite, pneumonia, scarlet fever, tuberculosis, etc., (she and her husband even had to do some amputations).

The Hanson's organized the first Seventh Day Adventist Eskimo Church at Pilot Point and organized the construction of roads (which doubled as airstrips) through the government W.P.A. program. For the full story, see the bottom of this page.

Samuel and Florence's son, Virgil Hanson, worked in the earliest years of Alaska aviation. He was responsible for installing navigation stations for McGee Airways and Star Air Service (which evolved into Alaska Airlines). He married Josephine "Lila" Hugh who was one of the first caucasian babies born at Knik (1914). Josephine's mother was from the Edlund family (Alaska pioneers)

The Hanson's were quite a family. A special thank you to their children and grandchildren who have generously shared the following photographs of the children of Ugashik/Pilot Point School 1929-1945.

PHOTO # 1


 
Pilot Point Class room  1937
 Adults standing in the background are Samuel and Florence Hanson

Front Row:         Child #1 is Clara Winifred Meticgoruk (Orock)
Child # 2 is Walter Hansen

  Child # 3 is Gladys Zunganuk
                              Child standing directly in front of Mrs.
           Hanson is Billy Orock

                                          (Information is from Pearl Meticgoruk Reamer)

PHOTO # 2

Do you know the names of any of these children?
Teachers: Samuel Hanson(tall man with glasses) and Florence Hanson(woman with fur hat)


PHOTO  #  3


This little girl is Clara Winifred Meticgoruk (Orock)
Information comes from Pearl Meticgoruk Reamer




PHOTO  #  4

  



PHOTO # 5

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AT PILOT POINT 9/30/1929
LEFT TO RIGHT:
SAMUEL CLARENCE HANSON Government teacher
ANNE GRIECHEN 15
VIRGINIA HANSON 9
AGLAPHENA HANS 14
NENA HANSEN 9  (Olga Hansen's sister)
ALICE GRIECHEN 8
ALECK GRIECHEN 7
OLGAPHINA "Olga" HANSEN 5
FLORENCE MAY HANSON (teacher) standing in back

(*see note at bottom about Hansen children)
 
 

On the back of the above photo, it says 1932 Ugashik School
This photo was published in a book titled: "The Alaska Native" by
Professor Anderson  Stanford Press
Teachers in photo (center) are S. C. Hanson and wife Florence


PHOTO # 6


 
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE IN THIS PHOTO?
The back of this photo says "OUR SMALL SCHOOL"
SAMUEL CLARENCE HANSON and FLORENCE MAY HANSON TEACHERS
(back row far left and far right)
3/12/1937   Pilot Point, Alaska
 
Second Row, 4th from right: Olga Hansen
Second Row, 2nd from right: Billy Orock (identified by Meribeth Orock-Hasty)

 Second Row, 2nd from left: Sassa (married name Matsuno) (identified by Meribeth Orock-Hasty)
First row, 4th girl from left: Clara Orock? (identified by Meribeth Orock-Hasty)


PHOTO  #  7

 

 
In front of Landing Lake (taken in the early 1930's)
Mrs. Florence Hanson is on the far right,
do you recognize anyone else?

Left to right: Olga Hansen and sister Nena Hansen (see note below)

 


PHOTO # 8


 
Do you recognize these children?
Second Girl from Mrs. Hanson on Left is Olga Hansen
 

Thank you to Ingrid Hansen, daughter of Olga Hansen Reamy (not related to the Hanson's) for helping with identification in these photos.

Shirley Zimin, who lives near Pilot Point, wrote and told me that Olga and Nene Hanson
who are in several of these photos, were the children of Bertel P.A. Hansen b. 1895 Denmark and his Native wife Salipena. Their children were: Nena b. 1920, Olga b. 1924, Peter born 1927 and Walter b. 1932 (Walter died young).

These photographs are privately owned by the
Virgil and Josephine Hanson Family and their children.

They may not be used without the Hanson Family Permission

IF YOU RECOGNIZE ANYONE IN THE ABOVE PHOTOS, PLEASE CONTACT ME
coleen_mielke@hotmail.com


Here are some excerpts from a letter written by Virginia Hanson
who lived in Pilot Point with her school teacher parents
for 16 years.

"We went to Alaska in 1929, just before the depression in the States. We never realized there was a depression up there except after the first year of my mother's being on her government assistant teacher salary, they cut her off, but she went on teaching all the rest of the time we were there without a salary.....Dad taught grades 5-8 and mother taught grades 1-4.....Mother ordered a post office unit from Washington D.C. so we could have a post office in the village.  Our village was called Ugashik when we first went there.  An old village up the Ugashik River from us was called Old Ugashik.  Well, the bag of post office equipment happened to get routed through Old Ugashik and the old German cannery watchman stole it and set himself up a post office.  We kept wondering why the equipment never arrived, but finally found out why.  So, Washington D.C. told us to send in three suggestions to rename the village (to get a post office they would have to give up the name Ugashik). Washington D. C. chose the name Pilot Point from the three submitted names. The post office kit finally arrived and mother was the postmistress.

Mother took a six week practical nursing course from our church in 1929 and was the nurse and doctor for the village. The government kept her supplied with basic medicines to dispense to the villagers free of charge. My father even had to enter into doctoring one time. One of the villagers froze his foot and dad had to amputate some toes to save the foot. He went to the cannery winter watchman for the village and asked if they had any instruments. Dad sterilized the instruments and did the dreaded job. Mother treated accidental gun shot wounds, frost bitten or frozen feet, pneumonia, scarlet fever, TB, pediculosis, ring worm, impetigo and so forth. Dad saved the village from scarlet fever by radioing the government to send in a doctor and nurse to vaccinate the villagers, as they were exposed to it by sailors off of the government teacher supply boat called "Boxer" in 1931 (when the boat delivered supplies all up the coast as far as Nome).  Other villages were hit hard.

My folks organized the first S.D.A. Eskimo church. John Spoon, the Eskimo Chief of our village used to attend and many other Eskimo's did. The Aleut did not, as they had the Russian Greek Catholic Church in the village.

Dad also handled the W.P.A. jobs for the villagers when Roosevelt authorized them to give the poor jobs. He and the villagers built three miles of road from the village to the lake that the planes landed on, and some other roads throughout the village and down to the beach. Our village had three cars and later a fourth one.

In 16 years that my folks lived there, we observed a volcano blow up (Aniakchak) to the south of us near Chignik. The ashes caused hardship on the wild birds such as ducks, geese and on the deer because they would eat the reindeer moss and take in ashes as well. We had no wild berries for a couple of years after that. It ruined our water supply as well because we got our water from the lakes.

We also encountered being flooded twice by tidal waves. The school house was located on the "flat". Our front yard was the beach. It was on the terrifying side to find ourselves completely surrounded by water and waves breaking and lapping at our porches by several feet. That evening, the cannery winter watchman managed to get to a boat at the cannery dock and rowed to us in the dark and pulled up to our front porch. He asked us if we would like to be rescued and taken to the hill and stay at their place for a night or two or until it was safe to come back...you bet we did!  The next fall, another tidal wave surrounded us. This time it was in November and icebergs were all over the "flat" when the water receded.

We were there to witness the first landing of an airplane in our village. The whole village turned out. It was Father Hubbard, called the "Glacier Priest". He was headed for Aniakchak to camp and study it. He is supposed to have predicted that it would blow up before it did. Soon after that, air plane mail service came to the village, once a month at first, then twice a month. It was a lot better than once a month  by boat and a couple times a winter by dog sled.
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The following is the 1920 US Census for Ugashik. Keep in mind that the census takers spelled the villagers names phonetically and you will have to use your imagination to decipher some of these names. I have copied them here, just as they appear on the census charts...no corrections.

1920 UGASHIK            (Pilot Point)
Aloklok, McCallie 37
Aloklok, Nina  34

Oguska, Avon 38
Oguska, Anuska 31
Oguska, Avon 8

Appalepen, Gusta 48
Appalepen, Sofia 42
Appalepan, Wascelie 22
Appalepan, Samels 14

Anders, John 47 born Sweden immigrated 1897
Johansen, John F. 29 born Norway immigrated 1912

Bartman, William 34 born Holland immigrated 1906
Bartman, Amalia 25 born Alaska
Bartman, Pavalof 8
Bartman, Lyman 4  stepson

Yukluk, Simeon 18
Yukluk, Walla Walla 17
Yukluk, Bellekia 2 months
Yukluk, Wascelie 12 brother

Matfe, Miska 45
Matfe, Nina 25 wife
Matfe, Bellekia 4
Matfe, Kartonah 2
Matfe, Massa 21 servant

Latapukstok, "Un" 37
Latapukstok, Sophia 32
Latapukstok, Nek__tia 15
Latapukstok, pavalof 8

Oknok, Hotwoover 35
Oknok, Annie 25
Oknok, Sofia 3

Evolok, Avon 48
Evolok, Natalia 45
Evolok, Petia 7
Evolok, Atmathok 4
Evolok, Fuekta 2

1930 UGASHIK         (Pilot Point)
Hanson, Samuel C. 50 born Iowa   school teacher
Hanson, Florence M. 41 born Washington school teacher
Hanson, Virgil F. 17
Hanson, Virginia R. 10

Newport, Charlie 52  Eskimo
Newport, Augusta 35 Eskimo
Newport, Mary 19 Eskimo
Newport, Pauline 16 Eskimo
Newport, Effy 12 Eskimo
Newport, Oscar 10 Eskimo
Newport, Thomas 8 Eskimo
Newport, Alice 7 Eskimo
Newport, Jessie 5 Eskimo
Newport, Florence 3 Eskimo
Newport, Berther 1 Eskimo

Mitigoruck, Joe 55 Eskimo (widower)
Mitigoruck, Frank 24 son Eskimo
Mitigoruck, Murphy 17 son Eskimo

Johansen, Fred 63 born Norway
Johansen, Caterina 26 wife Aleut
Johansen, Lafela 11

Nichelson, John 48 Aleut
Nichelson, Annie 24 wife  Aleut
Nichelson, Evan 9

Sonota, Annie 24 (widow) Aleut
Sonota, Mary 7

Kighlgnak, John 45 Eskimo
Akaiak, Chas 20 Eskimo

Hansen, Bertel P. A. 35
Hansen, Salipena 35 Aleut
Hansen, Nina 10
Hansen, Olga 6
Hansen, Peter 3

Dunkel, John 63 born Russia

Blandow, Fred 48 Aleut
Blandow, Walla Walla 38 Aleut
Blandow, Elmer 11
Blandow, Sasa 9
Blandow, Evan 7

Analguck, Evan 45 (widower) Aleut

Alutak, Jim 50 Aleut
Alutak, Mala 35 wife Aleut
Alutak, Morpy 16 son
Alutak, Simon 13
Alutak, Tutsey 9 daughter
Alutak, Sam 7
Alutak, Lena 4
Alutak, Annie 6 months
Alberts, Yelman 18 boarder Aleut
Yelman, Nipnty 21 boarder Aleut

Dahl, Alisema 40 Aleut
Dahl, Evan 2

Spoon, John 50 (widower) Eskimo
Spoon, Frank 21 son  Eskimo

Orock, Henry 40 Eskimo
Orock, Rosie 30 Eskimo
Orock, Billy 8
Orock, James 6
Orock, Flora 2

Metigoruck, Nick 28 Eskimo
Metigoruck, Annie 20 Eskimo

Hoir, Alfred 50 born Norway
Amundsen, Olaf 47 born Norway

Schneider, Frank 59 born France
Schneider, Fatiana 24 wife  Aleut
Schneider, Frank B. 10
Schneider, William 6

Struck, John 38 born Germany
Struck, Sasa 35 wife  Aleut

Griechen, Gus 47 born Germany
Griechen, Olga 25 wife  Aleut
Griechen, Anna 15
Griechen, Alice 9
Griechen, Aleck 8
Griechen, Mary 6
Griechen, Sophia 4
Griechen, Eli 2

Ada, Joe 57 Aleut
Ada, Sophia 45 wife
Nislon, Olga 14 adopted daughter

Enginak, Yaku 30 Aleut
Enginak, Anna 22 Aleut
Naketa, Niluty 15 nephew  Aleut
Morfe, Scotty 45 boarder  Aleut

1938  PILOT POINT  B.I.A. CENSUS

This was a typed census. I have posted it here just as it was written (mistakes and all)

NAME
BORN
FAMILY
NOTE
NOTE
Analguk, Evan
7/26/1888
Head
Russian Priest
Full Native
Analguk, Mary
3/26/1896
Wife

Full Native
Analguk, Albert
8/9/1933
Son

Full Native
Abvrrama, George
5/5/1919
Step-son

Full Native
Abvramma, Charlie
10/3/1921
Step-son

Full Native
Abvramma, Nicoli
12/18/1923
Step-son

Full Native
Abvramma, Tatiana
1/17/1927
Step-daughter

Full Native





Achayok, Charles
1/17/1907
Head

Eskimo
Achayok, Edward
1/17/1934
Son

Eskimo
Achayok, Mike
11/25/1906
Brother

Eskimo
Achayok, Molly
4/1/1900
Wife

Full Native
Achayok, Flora
8/11/1937
Daughter

Eskimo
Aletuk, Sammy
2/17/1921
Step-son

Eskimo
Aletuk, Alena
7/3/1925
Step-daughter

Eskimo
Aletuk, Peter
10/3/1928
Step-son

Eskimo
Aletuk, Annie
2/4/1930
Step-daughter

Eskimo
Aletuk, Nick
9/27/1934
Step-son

Eskimo





Brown, William Legfert
7/27/1857  (age 81)
Head

White
Blandov, Sassa
9/6/1921
Orphan

3/4 Native
Condardy, Arthur
8/7/1928
Orphan

Eskimo
Evan, Stephen
2/7/1909
Orphan

Full Native





Enright, Michael
2/26/1889
Head

White
Enright, Olgaphena
2/25/1916
Wife

1/2 Native
Enright, Nora Patricia
1/31/1936
Daughter

1/4 Native
Enright, Timothy
2/12/1937
Son

1/4 Native





Engiak, Yacu
10/10/1903
Head

1/4 Native
Engiak, Annie
7/9/1909
Wife

Full Native





Falkenstein, Henry
3/8/1913
Independent

White





Griechen, Gust
9/30/1883
Head

White
Griechen, Aglaphena
7/5/1905
Wife

Full Native
Griechen, Alice Margaret
5/2/1921
Daughter

1/2 Native
Griechen, Alec Alexander
1/17/1922
Son

1/2 Native
Griechen, Mary Agnes
8/9/1924
Daughter

1/2 Native
Griechen, Sophie Grace
8/10/1926
Daughter

1/2 Native
Griechen, Eli
5/29/1928
Son

1/2 Native
Griechen, William
9/23/1930
Son

1/2 Native





Hansen, Bertel P. A. (Ben)
11/15/1892
Head

White
Hansen, Sella
8/13/1888
Wife

Full Native
Hansen, Nina
10/20/1920
Daughter

1/2 Native
Hansen, Olgaphena Elenore
5/8/1924
Daughter

1/2 Native
Hansen, Peter
12/29/1927
Son

1/2 Native
Hansen, Walter
8/13/1931
Son

1/2 Native
Hansen, Emanuel
8/11/1891
Brother

White
Hansen, Samuel Clarence
6/23/1879
Head
Teacher
White
Hansen, Florence May
9/17/1888
Wife

White
Hansen, Virginia Rose
3/12/1920
Daughter

White
Harris, Louie
12/?/1898
Single

1/2 Native
Johnson, Charlie
3/1/1904
Head

1/2 Native
Johnson, Sassa
5/7/1911
Wife

Full Native





Joseph, Fenning
1910
Head

Full Native
Joseph, Sassa  Alexander/Constantine
12/12/1922
Not married

Full Native
Joseph, Wascellie
1/14/1918
Brother

Full Native





Jenks, Robert Clarence
8/23/1909
Head

White
Jenks, Anna Maye
9/30/1914
Wife

1/2 Native
Jenks, Viola Ann
2/21/1936
Daughter

1/4 Native
Jenks, Robert Douglas
7/19/1937
Son

1/4 Native





Matsumo, Fred Rock
5/4/1909
Single
Born in Hawaii
Japanese/Hawaiian





Meticgurok, Nick
10/27/1903
Head

Eskimo
Meticgurok, Annie
12/29/1907
Wife

Eskimo
Meticgurok, Mary
11/9/1933
Daugher

Eskimo





Meticgurok, Murphy
3/7/1913
Head

Eskimo
Meticgurok, Tootsie
3/7/1919
Wife

Full Native
Meticgurok, Mary
5/8/`937
Daughter







Neketa, Nefotie
10/10/1913
Head

Full Native
Neketa, Figley
10/4/1916
Wife

Full Native
Neketa, Kelakelia
8/23/1934
Daughter

Full Native
Newport, Jessie
2/4/1925
Orphan

Eskimo
Newport, Elsie
8/11/1923
Orphan

Eskimo
Newport, Florence
1/8/1927
Orphan

Eskimo
Newport, Bether
9/26/1938
Orphan

Eskimo





Orock, Henry
2/10/1896
Head

Eskimo
Orock, Rosie
5/3/1903
Wife

Eskimo
Orock, Billie
2/11/1923
Son

Eskimo
Orock, Martha
8/27/1932
Daughter

Eskimo
Orock, John
9/14/1935
Son

Eskimo
Orock, Clara
4/7/1931
Daughter

Eskimo
Paul, Sassa (Analguk)
11/27/1933
Orphan of Priest

Full Native





Rainer, Donald
11/28/1910
Head

White
Rainer, Marian
3/14/1918
Wife

Eskimo
Rainer, Baby
2/7/1936
Daughter

1/2 Eskimo





Spoon, Frank Chiron
11/10/1911
Head

Eskimo
Spoon, Effie
8/6/1918
Wife

Eskimo
Spoon, Almon
1/22/1936
Son

Eskimo





Yelman, Nefotie
2/26/1910
Single

Full Native





Zunganok, Willie
6/23/1895
Head

Eskimo
Zunganok, Pauline
9/23/1924
Daughter

Eskimo
Zunganok, Gladys
3/10/1930
Daughter

Eskimo
Zunganok, John
6/12/1934
Son

Eskimo
Zunganok, Elizabeth
7/23/1936
Daughter

Eskimo

1940  PILOT POINT    B.I.A. CENSUS
This was a typed census, I've posted it here, just as it was written (mistakes and all)

NAME
BORN
BORN WHERE
NOTE
NOTE
Irons, George
4/23/1892  
Scotland

White
Irons, Mary E.
2/10/1911  
Chignik, Alaska

Aleut
Irons, Alice E.
2/7/1928
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Irons, Mabel L.
4/28/1929
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Irons, Mary Lou
5/27/1934
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Irons, Winnefred
6/14/1936
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Irons, George Edward
3/15/1939
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Johnson, William
3/20/1917
Chignik, Alaska
Brother-in-law
Aleut





Hansen, Benjamen  P.A.
11/5/1892
Denmark

White
Hansen, Sella
8/13/1888
Ugashik, Alaska

Aleut
Hansen, Nina Edna
10/20/1920
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut
Hansen, Olga Eleanor
5/8/1924
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut
Hansen, Peter B.
12/29/1927
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut
Hansen, Walter
8/3/1931
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut
Hansen, Christeen
4/?/1933
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut





Yelman, Albert
25
?

Aleut
Yelman, Virginia
18
?

Aleut





Joseph, Fenning
3/14/1910
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut
Joseph, Sassa Alexandria
12/22/1922
Chignik, Alaska

Aleut
Joseph, Mike
1/25/1939
Illnik, Alaska

Aleut
Constantine, Polly
11/15/1936
Illnik, Alaska
Sister-in-law
Aleut
Constantine, Anton
11/5/1927
Chignik, Alaska
Brother-in-law
Aleut
Constantine, Alena
11/30/1933
Illnik, Alaska
Sister-in-law
Aleut





Engiak, Jocu
11/10/1903
Pilot Point
Head
Aleut
Engiak, Annie (Biukchuk)
7/9/1909
Nushagak, Alaska
Wife
Aleut





Yelman, Nefotie
2/26/1910
Pilot Point, Alaska
Head
Aleut
Tapper, George
12/12/1875
United States
Partner
White





Griechen, Gust
9/30/1883
Germany
Head
White
Griechen, Tootsie Aglaphena
7/5/1905
Kanakanak, Alaska
Wife
Aleut
Griechen, Alice M.
5/2/1921
Pilot Point, Alaska
Daughter

Griechen, Aleck A.
10/17/1922
Pilot Point, Alaska
Son

Griechen, Mary A.
8/9/1924
Pilot Point, Alaska
Daughter

Griechen, Sophie G.
8/10/1926
Pilot Point, Alaska
Daughter

Griechen, Eli Eric
5/29/1928
Piliot Point, Alaska
Son

Griechen, Wm. Jr.
9/23/1930
Pilot Point, Alaska
Son

Blandov, Sassa
9/6/1921
Pilot Point, Alaska
Foster Daughter






Analguk, Evan
7/26/1888
Kuskokwim, Alaska
Head
Aleut
Analguk, Marie
3/26/1896
Nushagak, Alaska
Wife
Aleut
Analguk, Albert
8/9/1933
Pilot Point, Alaska
Son
Aleut
Abvrrama, George
5/5/1919
Egegik, Alaska
Step-son
Aleut
Abvrrama, Charley
12/18/1923  (age 18)
Egegik, Alaska
Step-son
Aleut
Abvrrama, Nicoli
12/18/1923  (age 16)
Egegik, Alaska
Step-son
Aleut
Abvrrama, Tatiana
1/17/1927    (age 12)
Egegik, Alaska
Step-daughter
Aleut





Matsuno, Fred R.
5/4/1909
Hawaii
Head
Japanese
Matsuno, Sassa
11/27/1922
Pilot Point, Alaska

Aleut





Johnson, Charley
3/1/1904
Ugashik, Alaska
Head
Aleut
Johnson, Sassa
5/7/1911
Nushagak, Alaska

Aleut





Neketa, Nefotie
10/10/1913
Pilot Point, Alaska
Head
Aleut
Neketa, Figley
10/4/1916
Egegik, Alaska
Wife
Aleut
Neketa, Glekelia
8/23/1934
Ugashik, Alaska

Aleut
Neketa, Leo A.
5/8/1939
Ugashik, Alaska

Aleut





Achayok, Mike
11/25/1906
Nome, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Achayok, Jessie
2/4/1925
Port Heiden, Alaska

Eskimo
Achayok, Elenore V.
1/13/1940
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo





Zunganok, Willie
6/23/1895
Sled Island (North of Nome)
Head
Eskimo
Zunganok, Pauline
9/23/1924
Port Heiden, Alaska

Eskimo
Zunganok, Gladys
3/10/1930
Unaugashak, Alaska  

Eskimo
Zunganok, John
6/12/1934
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Zunganok, Elizabeth
7/23/1936
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Riley, Tom
10/20/1914
Herendeen Bay, Alaska
Lodger
Eskimo





Meticgurok, Murphy
3/7/1913
Teller, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Meticgurok, Tootsie
3/7/1919
Port Heiden, Alaska

Eskimo
Miticgurok, Mary
5/8/1937
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Miticgurok, Louis M.
5/12/1939
Pilot Point, Alaska
Son
Eskimo
Aletuk, Alena
7/3/1925
Ugashik, Alaska
Sister-in-law
Eskimo
Aletuk, Peter
10/3/1928
Ugashik, Alaska
Brother-in-law
Eskimo
Aletuk, Agnes E.
8/3/1939
Pilot Point, Alaska
Niece
Eskimo
Awanek, Lee
2/10/1896
Nome, Alaska
Lodger
Eskimo
David, Peter
2/27/1912
Nome, Alaska
Lodger
Eskimo





Achayok, Charles
1/17/1907
Nome, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Achayok, Mollie
4/2/1900
Port Heiden, Alaska

Aleut
Achayok, Edward
1/17/1934
Pilot Point, Alaska


Achayok, Flora
8/11/1937
Pilot Point, Alaska


Achayok, Edna M.
8/12/1939
Pilot Point, Alaska


Aletuk, Annie
2/4/1930
Dog Salmon River, Alaska
Step-daughter
Eskimo





Orock, Henry
2/10/1896
Teller, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Orock, Rosie
5/3/1903
Nome, Alaska

Eskimo
Orock, Billy Gilbert
2/11/1923
Port Heiden, Alaska

Eskimo
Orock, Martha L.
8/27/1932
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Orock, Johnnie J.
9/14/1935
Ugashik Lakes, Alaska

Eskimo
Orock, Jane L.
2/23/1939
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Newport, Bether
9/26/1928
Shegong Creek, Alaska
Cousin
Eskimo





Meticgurok, Nick
10/27/1903
Teller, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Meticgurok, Annie
12/28/1907
Nome, Alaska

Eskimo
Meticgurok, Pearla M.
11/9/1933
Shegong Creek, Alaska

Eskimo
Meticgurok, Rhoda A.
11/20/1938
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Crock, Clara W.
4/7/1931
Pilot Point, Alaska
Niece
Eskimo
Newport, Florence
1/8/1927
Shegong Creek, Alaska
Cousin
Eskimo





Spoon, Frank C.
11/10/1911
Herendeen Bay, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Spoon, Effie N.
8/16/1918
Ugashik, Alaskas

Eskimo
Spoon, Almon F.
1/22/1936
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Spoon, Alwin W.
10/27/1938
Pilot Point, Alaska

Esksimo
Spoon, Geneva E.
8/30/1939
Pilot Point, Alaska

Eskimo
Newport, Elsie
8/11/1923
Port Heiden, Alaska
Sister-in-law
Eskimo
Condardy, Arthur
8/7/1928
Shegong Creek, Alaska
Nephew
Eskimo





Riley, John
7/3/1895
Little Diomede Island, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Riley, Columbia Katherine
7/17/1934
Egegig, Alaska
Daughter
Eskimo





Wilson, Harry E.
11/25/1920
Good News Bay, Alaska
Head
Eskimo
Wilson, Harold
12/9/1922
Ikitan, Alaska
Brother
Eskimo





Jenks, Robert C.
8/23/1909
Seattle, Washington
Head
White
Jenks, Ann Maye
9/30/1914
Naknek, Alaskas
Wife
Aleut
Jenks, Viola
2/21/1936
Ugashik Lake, Alaska
Daughter

Jenks, Robert Jr.
7/19/1937
Pilot Point, Alaska
Son



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