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The Way We Were


November 9, 1916: A few months ago a few natives of Wrangell organized a society to be known as The Sisters and Brothers Society of Wrangell, Alaska. According to the group’s agreement, “The membership shall be composed of sober well disposed Native men and women living in Wrangell who sign this agreement and pay the sum of twenty-five cents per month. The purpose of this Society shall be to care for the sick and bury the dead. The Natives signing the above were: Joseph Louie, Mary Loftus, Jennie Beaudrie, Anna Lloyd, Kittie Kinch, Agnes Louie, John Bradley, Emma Bradley, Maud Williams,...

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