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A lone girl rides the school bus in Point Lay, one of the most remote villages on the Slope. Though the town is only a few blocks long and very few kids use it, government fundingprovides a bus and a driver.

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An unemployed native plays Grand Theft Auto from his condemned home in Point Lay. Unemployment runs extremely high in most villages.

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Whale parts, the remains of a successful hunt, lay around the native village of Kaktovik on Alaska’s North Slope.

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Native hunters with their recently felled caribou near Nuiqsut, Alaska on the North Slope.

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An elder from the village of Barrow butchers a bearded sealon an ice flow near Barrow. Walrus are prized for their meat and tusks.

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An elder from the village of Barrow butchers a young walruson an ice flow near Barrow. Walrus are prized for their meat and tusks.

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An elder from the village of Barrow butchers a young walruson an ice flow near Barrow. Walrus are prized for their meat and tusks.

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Eskimo hunters take shots at ringed seals off the coast of Barrow. A few seals were wounded but sank out of reach.

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