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Fort Yukon, Alaska, July 6, 2013 -- The Native American Gadzow children look on as FEMA inspectors record damage and inspect the properties of the subsistence fishermen Clarence Oldman in the North Census Area after severe flooding destroyed their salmon mills, nets and subsistence way of life. FEMA abides by and supports the directive that Federal agencies work with tribal governments in a government-to-government relationship.  FEMA has strong, long-standing relationships with Tribal governments, and they are essential members of the emergency management team.
Fort Yukon, Alaska, July 6, 2013 -- The Native American Gadzow children look on as FEMA inspectors record damage and inspect the properties of the subsistence fishermen Clarence Oldman in the North Census Area after severe flooding destroyed their salmon mills, nets and subsistence way of life. FEMA abides by and supports the directive that Federal agencies work with tribal governments in a government-to-government relationship. FEMA has strong, long-standing relationships with Tribal governments, and they are essential members of the emergency management team. - Location: Fort Yukon, AK
Last Updated: April 30, 2014