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    • Galena from the Yukon River

    • Villages; Rivers and streams; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge; Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge
    • Galena, although not within Refuge boundaries, is home to the Koyukuk and Nowitna Refuge offices.
    • Hog River and Placer Mine

    • Aerial photography photography; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge; Industries; Resource management; Mining; Scenics; Rivers and streams; Landscapes; Alaska
    • Aerial View of Hog River and placer mine.
    • Huslia  and Koyukuk River in Winter

    • Villages; Scenics; Landscapes; Rivers and streams; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge; Aerial photography photography; Alaska
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    • Huslia Landing Strip

    • Aerial photography photography; Villages; Transportation; Aircraft; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • This is an aerial view of landing strip.
    • Huslia Log Home

    • Villages; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge
    • Huslia is located on the north bank of the Koyukuk River, about 75 miles northwest of Galena and 290 air miles west of Fairbanks.
    • Huslia River Meadow

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge
    • Meadow located at mile 55 of Huslia River. Huslia is located on the north bank of the Koyukuk River, about 75 miles northwest of Galena and 290 air miles west of Fairbanks.
    • Huslia Village

    • Villages; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge
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    • Huslia Village

    • Villages; Wildlife refuges; Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge
    • Huslia is located on the north bank of the Koyukuk River, about 75 miles northwest of Galena and 290 air miles west of Fairbanks.
    • John Kurtz oral history transcript

    • Military; Biography; History; Employees (USFWS); Youth; Recreation; Management; Hiking; Wilderness; Work of the Service; Wildlife refuges; Public access; Planning;
    • John Kurtz oral history transcript as conducted by Norman Olson. John Kurtz also spent time in the Phoenix Area Office in charge of refuges in Arizona and New Mexico. He also worked as supervisor for the northern refuges in Alaska.

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