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December 17, 1995 | RANDOLPH E. SCHMID, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In village after village across the vast Siberian tundra, Sven Haakanson searched for America's oldest roots. But the people he met were more interested in his own. Once the Siberians learned he was from Alaska, "they'd ask me about my culture . . . what it was like to be native in America," Haakanson said. They were the same kinds of questions that he and other Smithsonian scientists were asking as they traveled along the route that brought the first people to North America.
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December 17, 1995 | RANDOLPH E. SCHMID, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In village after village across the vast Siberian tundra, Sven Haakanson searched for America's oldest roots. But the people he met were more interested in his own. Once the Siberians learned he was from Alaska, "they'd ask me about my culture . . . what it was like to be native in America," Haakanson said. They were the same kinds of questions that he and other Smithsonian scientists were asking as they traveled along the route that brought the first people to North America.
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March 19, 1993 | MARY HELEN BERG
If the word Siberia still raises haunting images of exile in a bitter, bleak land, the Krasnayarsk Siberian Dance Company may shatter the stereotype. The 65-member troupe, born, raised and trained in the central Siberian town of Krasnayarsk, will present a colorful, energetic program in the Marsee Auditorium of El Camino College at 7 p.m. Sunday in one of the final performances of a 60-city American tour.
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March 14, 2003 | Adam Tschorn, Special to The Times
Will the "freedom fry" fly? If the term championed by Rep. Robert W. Ney (R-Ohio) moves beyond congressional cafeterias into the mainstream and things on the international scene get even more divided, what can we expect next? With Russian President Vladimir Putin threatening a U.N. Security Council veto, is Russian dressing in danger of being exiled to a culinary Siberia?
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