Athabaskan Tribal Prepare for a Potlatch Ceremony

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Circle, AK-- The Athabaskan Tribe prepares for a dance called a potlatch, which is a traditional community celebration for the Native Alaskans who demonstrate their long heritage. After severe floods devastated the community, FEMA works closely with the Athabaskan Tribes to ensure that the recovery mission is sucessful and shares in the potlatch cerimony. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA
Circle, AK, September 25, 2013 -- The Athabaskan Tribe prepares for a dance called a potlatch, which is a traditional community celebration for the Native Alaskans who demonstrate their long heritage. After severe floods devastated the community, FEMA works closely with the Athabaskan Tribes to ensure that the recovery mission is successful and shares in the potlatch ceremony. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA - Location: Circle, AK
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