Photo of a hydraulic mining operating comprised of a sluice, a hose, and pipelines. Miners are seen standing around the pipelines and hose. Buildings are seen in the distance, and pallets are seen off to the left. ...
Title taken from caption. "View of two individuals using the nozzle to wash out side of hill below a cabin." Cataloguer's ntoe: The two men are barley visible, they can be seen in the far distance (two dark figures) to the left.
This is a close up shot of the water pipeline (hydraulic mining) which extends further into the hill. This location in general appears to be a permafrost area; notice the stunted trees further in the distance.
Title taken from verso. View of two men hydraulic mining with a sluice at Cooper Gulch, near Nome, Alaska. One of the men is holding a pipe shooting a stream of water. ca. 1900-1902. Photographer: possibly Grace Carr Raymenton.