Alaskan Purchase, 1867
EverGreene Painting Studios
Oil on Canvas
On a map of the lands purchased in 1867, an Eskimo hunts in a kayak; nearby seal and walrus represent the fur trade as well as the subsistence of the indigenous people. On the map are various towns that were important in drawing people to Alaska.
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