Originals, Modern Prints, are highly sought-after collectable photographic prints.
Of the estimated 30,000 to 40,000 people who reached Dawson City during the gold rush no more than 4,000 struck gold and only a few hundred became rich.
Although there are important differences among Alaska Native groups, most share with one another and with other Native Americans and Indigenous peoples a set of values and beliefs
The name "Fur Rendezvous" derives from swap meets at which fur trappers would gather to sell their winter harvests. In early Anchorage, these usually took place in mid-February.
The Pan-American Highway is a network of roads stretching across the American continents and measuring about 30,000 kilometres in total length.
Peruvian indigenous people have changed their ways of life to some extent under the influence of European-Peruvian culture.
The Andean Condor is a national symbol and plays an important role in the folklore and mythology of the Andean regions.