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Protecting Alaska's Native Population-With Federal Records (http://www.nara.gov/regional/findaids/ancprote.html) by Thomas E. Wiltsey, from National Archives and Records Administration, The Record, Rosanne Butler, editor. This article summarizes ways the that federal records held in the N.A.R.A. archives in Anchorage, Alaska can help answer questions or provide documentation such as who worked for the U.S. government in the St. Paul seal harvest in 1939 or access to Mt. Edgecumbe student transcripts.
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