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William J. Fisher Collection

The Fisher collection will be featured in the forthcoming exhibition Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People. The exhibition is being researched and planned at the Arctic Studies Center in Anchorage, in partnership with the Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak.

Contributors include the National Endowment for the Humanities, Alaska Humanities Forum, Koniag, Inc., the Bristol Bay Native Corporation, Afognak Native Corporation, Bristol Bay Native Association, Anchorage Museum of History and Art, ARCO Foundation, Era Aviation, and the Chugach School District.

Highlights from the Fisher Collection

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Man's ground squirrel parka
90469
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Ermine hat with beaded
pendants

90451
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Drum
72505
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Puffin beak rattle
90438
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Wooden mask
74694
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Wooden mask
90466
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Wooden mask
74692
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Beaded nose ornament
72484
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Man's beaded headdress
72476
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Woman's beaded headdress
72472
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Beaded headdress
90453
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Beaded earrings
72465
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Woman's beaded skin belt
72470
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Beaded necklace
72467
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Painted bentwood box
168637
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Ceremonial dish
168623
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Goat horn spoon
90428
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