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Ray, P.H. 1885. Report of the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska.
Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office.
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Front view of main building, United States Signal Station, Point Barrow, Alaska.

Ice-arch, June, 1883.

View of the station from the West, with the crew of the “North Star” in camp.

Arctic Ocean from the station, August, 1883.

Floeberg on the beach, August, 1883.

Mûmmûñĭnä, “Princess of Nuwǔk.”

Scene in Ǔglaamie. Tent with natives at work. Summer camp.

Scene in Ǔglaamie.

Unalinä, “Prince of Nuwǔk.”

A native of Nuwǔk, Point Barrow.

Unalaska.

Rhodostethia rosea , ♂, Ad., winter plumage.

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