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  • Subject is exactly "Sod buildings"

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The photo shows a few sod houses in the distance that are in pretty good shape. The houses are at a bottom of a hill.

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The image shows a sod house in the background with three individuals standing in front of it. Last in the right: Michael Amos Credit: Martha Harry

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Old sod house (maybe belonged to Gutuk, the sister of Old Irish)

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Old sod house (maybe belonged to Gutuk, the sister of Old Irish)

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Aerial view of the remains of sod houses in Nunaluk Spit, Yukon coast.

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Renie Arey interviewing Sarah Meyook in front of a sod house

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Renie Arey interviewing Sarah Meyook in front of a sod house

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Renie Arey interviewing Sarah Meyook in front of a sod house

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Renie Arey interviewing Sarah Meyook in front of a sod house

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Fred Inglangasuk and Renie Arey in Tikiraq (Kay Point).

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Fred Inglangasuk where sod was removed in Tikiraq.

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Sod house, bottom of the hill at Niaqulik

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Old sod house (maybe belonged to Gutuk, the sister of Old Irish)

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Old sod house(maybe belonged to Gutuk, the sister of Old Irish)

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Renie Arey interviewing Dora Malegana near a sod house at NjV1-2 (Nunaluk Spit) where Dora had one of her children

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Sod house at NjV1-2 (Nunaluk Spit) where Dora had one of her children

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Aerial view of sod houses in Clarence Lagoon "where old people lived" according to Dora Malegana.

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Aerial view of sod houses in Clarence Lagoon "where old people lived" according to Dora Malegana.

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Aerial view of sod houses in Clarence Lagoon "where old people lived" according to Dora Malegana.
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