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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Natural Resources
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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Natural Resources
Dickie Simpson, Fred Wilder and LeRoy Wilder fishing on the Klamath River near Happy Camp, around 1955
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Genealogy, History, Landscape, Natural Resources, Traditional Foods and Materials
Summary: 
Dickie Simpson, Fred Wilder and LeRoy Wilder fishing on the Klamath around 1955

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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Education, History
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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Cultural Practices, History
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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Genealogy, History

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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Cultural Practices, History, Landscape, Natural Resources, Traditional Foods and Materials

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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Cultural Practices, Cultural Practices, History
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Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Cultural Practices, Genealogy
Caroline Mabel Ferris, Charlotte "Lottie" Ferris
Community: 
Sípnuuk, Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Genealogy, Genealogy, History, History
Summary: 
Sister-in-law portrait by Charles Eastman, taken at the Frederick Ferris house. Caroline Mabel Ferris (around 19 years old)was the oldest daughter of Fred and Nancy Ferris with Charlotte "Lottie" Thom Ferris (about 21) who was married to Alvie Ferris
Charlotte "Lottie" Thom Ferris and Alverius "Alvie" Ferris
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Genealogy, Genealogy, History, History, Landscape
Summary: 
Lottie and Alvie Ferris pictured on what may be the Thom property on Roger's Creek.
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Law Policy and Justice
Summary: 
The purpose of this Protocol is to preserve the Karuk Tribe’s (“Tribe”) ability to protect the intellectual property rights of present and future generations of the Karuk People and to recognize the inherent tribal sovereignty.

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