Workmen were still busily putting the finishing touches on the Cordova Center this week as the first conference to be held in the center got underway. The annual Alaska Historical Society & Museums Alaska conference brought over one hundred participants to town, some like Elaine Kingeekuk, from as far away as St. Lawrence Island.
A petite force in her light blue kuspuk, Kingeekuk, was born and raised in Savoonga and comes from a long line of St. Lawrence Island Yup'ik artists.
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