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Attu Reunion 2012

ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News A photo of Martha Hodikoff Woods is on display beneath her Attu family tree as Luanna Greybear collects genealogical information on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown. The last three surviving Attuan Aleuts of the Japanese occupation of the island and Attuan Aleut descendants are participating in the three-day Attu Reunion Tuesday through Thursday sponsored by the National Park Service and Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Cultural anthropologist Rachel Mason shows participants photos collected during research on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Cultural anthropologist Rachel Mason addresses participants on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Participants examine materials relating to their heritage on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Nick Golodoff, author of Attu Boy, is greeted by young family members on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown. He and his siblings Greg Golodoff and Elizabeth Kudrin are the last three surviving Attuan Aleuts of the Japanese occupation of the island. They and Attuan Aleut descendants are participating in the three-day Attu Reunion Tuesday through Thursday sponsored by the National Park Service and Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Marcus Deal, 19, of Vancouver, Wa. displays his tattoo of the Aleutian Islands on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Participants pose for a group photo on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown. Nick Golodoff, center right, brother Greg Golodoff, center, and their sister Elizabeth Kudrin, represented by her husband Geroge Kudrin, center left, comprise the last three surviving Attuan Aleuts of the Japanese occupation of the island. The and Attuan Aleut descendants are participating in the three-day Attu Reunion Tuesday through Thursday sponsored by the National Park Service and Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Participants receive an overview on language on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News A photo of Martha Hodikoff Woods is on display beneath her Attu family tree on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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ERIK HILL / Anchorage Daily News Participants gather genealogical information and view family trees taped to the walls on the first day of the Attu Reunion Tuesday October 9, 2012 at the National Park Service building downtown.
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Craig Medred