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Kiana, a pretty little Alaskan village at the confluence of the Kobuk and Squirrel Rivers, was actually behind me, up a rather steep hill. This quiet panorama nicely shows the cold, vast emptiness of the newly frozen rivers that provide food, transportation and recreation to the folks in the village.
The City of Kiana which was incorporated in 1964, is found on the Alaska map where the Kobuk and the Squirrel Rivers meet, just about 57 miles east of Kotzebue. In the last census, the population was 399. In this photograph, we see the front of the clinic on the left and the school on the right. Kiana also has city o...