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Photos: Life on St. Lawrence Island

  • Author: Marc Lester
  • Updated: June 3, 2017
  • Published June 1, 2017

Alaska's St. Lawrence Island, located in the Bering Sea just a few dozen miles from the coast of Russia, is home to two Siberian Yupik villages. Together, they are home to about 1,500 people. In this photo story, explore subsistence living, traditional food, art, culture and daily life in Savoonga and Gambell.

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