KETCHIKAN, ALASKA - APRIL :
Master and Apprentice. Phyllis Almquist, 79, speaks Haida in her home with her Haida language apprentice Linda Schrack in Ketchikan, in southeast Alaska, 2005. Almquist, a retired teacher, brought Alaskan Native Culture into the elementary schools of Alaska. Less than 65 people speak the Haida language, the average age is 70 to 80. (Photo by Farah Nosh/Getty Images)

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