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FIGURE 9.34 Whitish gentian (Gentiana algida) flowers in the tundra near Thorofare Pass, Denali National Park, Alaska. (Copyright Kim Heacox/Ken Graham Agency.)

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FIGURE 9.35 Barrow, Alaska. Inupiat Eskimos, Bertha Leavitt (age 80) and her granddaughter, Nor Del, pick flowers in the Alaskan tundra. (Copyright Ken Graham/Ken Graham Agency.)

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FIGURE 9.36 Tlingit grandfather and grandson at Saxman, AK. (Copyright Kim Heacox/Ken Graham Agency.)

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