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BRISTOL BAY BOROUGH AND DILLINGHAM CENSUS AREA, ALASKA

BRISTOL BAY BASIN NAME INDEX - SURNAMES A - L

Book 1 - Down in Bristol Bay by Bob Durr
Book 2 - Bristol Bay Basin, by Alaska Geographic Society, Vol. 5 No 3, 1978
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LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

COMMENT

BOOK

PAGE

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Kinita

Asst to Father Juvenal

2

33

Alaska Packing Company

Built cannery at Nushagak Bay in 1885

2

35

Alsworth

Babe and Mary

Pilot, Bristol Bay residents, retired to Hawaii, son Glen

2

50

Alsworth

Glen

Took over bush airline from parents

2

50

Alto

Carl

Fisherman, photo

2

72

Arctic Pack Company

Built cannery at Nushagak Bay in 1883

2

35

Armstrong

Dick

Of Dillingham

2

51

Bancroft

Hubert

1886 Alaska historian

2

33

Baranof

Alexander

Russian Governor

2

33

Bartman

Mrs. Simeon

Photo, of Manokotak village

2

70

Behnke

Linda

Of Port Alsworth, photo

2

52

Behnke

Steve

Photographer

2

15

Bocharov

Demitri Ivanovich

Russian explorer of Bristol Bay area in 1791

2

32

Bradford Company

See Bristol Bay Canning Company

2

35

Brandon

Billy

1

Brandon

Dolly

1

Brandon

Kenny

1

Brennan

P.G.

1

Bristol Bay Canning Company

Called Bradford Cannery, built at Dillingham in 1886

2

35

Carter

J. Scott

Photographer

2

3, 7

Carter

J. Scott

Fisherman, photo

2

72, 73, 80

Christensen

Michael

Artist, moved to Bristol Bay from California

2

53

Chythlook

Tom

Of Aleknagik, photo

2

47

Clark

John W.

Chief of Nushagak trading post under early American ownership

2

35, 36

Clark

Margaret

Photo at Kvichik Lodge, Igiugig

2

88

Cook

Capt. James

Viewed the area on 9 July 1778 aboard the Resolution

2

31

Crace

Tim and Marilyn

Moved from Anchorage to Pedro Bay,

2

53

Crocker

Bill

2

27

Curtis

Bob

Owner of Tikchik Narrows Lodge

2

48

Dennison

Charlie

Came to Lake Clark to prospect for gold in 1932, with son Floyd

2

45

Dennison

Floyd

Came to Lake Clark to prospect for gold in 1932, with father Charlie

2

45, 93

Deshnev Party

Lost colony of Russians – disappeared in 1648

2

33

Dodson

Jim

Alaska Air Carriers Assn

2

3

Duer

Steve

1

Etolin

A.K.

Finn dispatched by Russians to map Bristol Bay coast in 1821

2

34

Evans

Bob

1

Faro

James

Photographer

2

19, 61, 62, 88

Fox

Sam

Eskimo artist, originally of Goodnews Bay, photo of his dolls

2

53

Freeburn

Lawrence

Canneryman

2

3

Gill Jr.

Robert

Photographer

2

54, 57

Griechen

Alex

Native of Pilot Point, father in law of Monty Hand

2

50

Gruening

Senator Ernest

Alaska Senator in 1954

2

35

Gwartney

Lou

Photographer

2

28, 56, 66

Hammond

Gov. Jay

Alaska Governor, from Lake Iliamna area

2

43

Hand

Monty

Son in law of Alex Griechen

2

50

Harrop

Elmer “Red”

Naknek magistrate

2

47

Hartmann

Visited area before 1887

2

31

Hasti

Vi

Moved with family from Kenai to Dillingham, hotel keeper

2

53

Hedlund

Nels

Of Chekok, photo, dog mushing postal carrier

2

45

Hedlund

Rose

Wife of Nels Hedlund

2

46

Henning

Robert A.

Pres – Alaska Geographical Society

2

7

Henrie

Bob

1

Hereshka

Louie

1

Herrmann

Herman

Had hotel at Igiugig

2

89

Hill

B.J. and Pete

Kokhanok teachers

2

46

Hornberger

Chuck and Sara

Of Lake Clark

2

3, 45

Hurley

Fred

Ekwok resident, photo w/garden

2

42, 45

Jacko

Gillie

Bear killer, photo with wife, bn north of Whitefish Lake of Eskimo mother and Atahbascan father, Pedro Bay resident

2

43

Jackson

Mr.

1

Johannsen

Neil

AK-Div of Parks

2

3

Johannsen

Neil and Betty

Photographers

2

7, 12, 15, 41, 50, 80, 85

Johanson

Danny

1

Johanson

Denny

1

Johanson

George

Bristol Bay Fisherman

2

3

Johnson

Don

Pilot, photo

2

51

Johnson

Marlene

Bought Roy Smiths airline business

2

51

Jones

Roy

Aviation pioneer

2

85

Juvenal

Father

Early Russian Orthodox priest, killed by Ilyamna natives for dabbling with a maiden

2

33

Keith

Sam

Wrote One Man’s Wilderness

2

51

Khromchenko

Vasily

Dispatched with Etolin to map Bristol Bay coast in 1821

2

34, 39

Kienle

Jurgen

Photographer

2

90

Kilbuck

John

Pioneer missionary

2

31

Klein

Tom

Wilderness resident

2

8

Koktelash

Pete

Photo, Nondalton resident

2

41

Krosakovskiy

Petr

1818 Russian explorer

2

33

Lambert

Ted

Alaskan painter, lived in Kvichak

2

53

Larson

Johnny

1

 

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