BALTO'S TRUE STORY

History of the 1925 Nome Serum Run

Citizens of Nome (and other Alaskans)

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Inupiats sitting under a careened "skin boat" (probably as shelter from a cold wind). The man in the center is using a "mouth drill". This image was taken in 1905, in the section north of Nome which contained an active permanent Inupiat camp.
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