A small town called Nenana lies south of Fairbanks with a large Native population. Up the river from there Craig scheduled for us to meet with Robert Charlie, the director from the Cultural Heritage and Education Institute. While Robert Charlie turned out to be a bit of a swindler and general let down as he rushed us through our meeting at the village to make $100 for a boat ride, our arrival at Old Minto was a memorable one.
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New Photos – Nenana and the Old Minto Camp
July 7, 2009 – 8:17 am
By Steven Shoppman | Posted in Alaska, New Photos, North America, USA | Also tagged Alaska, Athabascan, indians, native americans, Nenana, old minto, robert charlie, United States | Comments (2)