Indian Avenue in Sitka, Alaska, 1892 (21/54)

Indian Avenue in Sitka, Alaska, 1892

Several Native American women sit on the street outside the Sitka Trading Company in Sitka, Alaska. Sitka was the headquarters of the Russian-American Company and during the 1800s was the site of a thriving fur trade, earning it the nickname the ‘Paris of the Pacific.’ Ca. 1892.

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