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Bartlett Foundation thanks Allen Marine for wildlife cruise

...generous support of the Foundation's annual Wildlife Cruise on Saturday June 6. Captain Tally and her capable crew, Kristin, Yosh, Seth, naturalist Michelle and charter coordinators Sharon and Lennie were fantastic to work with. The cruise was sold out...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Shawon Hicks, Rachelle Kalkins and Jo Anne Bell-Graves. Blade cutting for thick and curly hair, dry scissoring from designer Yosh and shattered layering were some of the techniques they studied. Co-op gallery adds quilter: Marla Robb is the newest member...
Accumulated fragments: The little long-lost towns and villages of the CBJ

...reported five large houses and four small ones, with 52 canoes drawn up on the beach for a potlatch then in progress. In 1901 Yosh-Noosh, or Chief Johnson as he was known by the whites, the leader of the Takus in Juneau, announced that they were going...
Neighbors | 100 Anniversary
Knowing South Franklin, Front streets

...simply as the waterfront and later as lower Front Street. It was sometimes called Johnson Boulevard perhaps from the fact that Yosh-Noosh, a Taku chief who was known as Chief Johnson, built a large house on it near the spot where Mike Tripp is constructing...
Southeast sagas: Chief Johnson remembered

...maneuvered up Gastineau Channel was a wood- frame house owned by a Tlingit. It was "the big house built by Chief Johnson or Yosh-Noosh, head of the Raven branch of the Taku tribe." The pamphlet contains an etching of the house, a two-story dwelling...


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