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    • Seal.

    • Seal.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a close-up shot of a seal. A group of them can be seen in the background.

      Cataloguer's note: There are 18 seal species in the world. The largest seal, the elephant seal can weigh as much as 5,000 pounds,...

    • UAF-2003-194-3537
    • Northern fur Seal.

    • Northern fur Seal.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The Seal is seen lying down on a patch of grass with a raised head, and looking straight ahead. His thick black fur glisens in the distance.

      The Northern fur seal can spend up to 22 months in the sea, and ocean....

    • UAF-2003-194-4048
    • Dog sled filled with meat.

    • Dog sled filled with meat.

    • Title from indexer.

      A Native Alaskan man is holding the handle of a meat-filled dog sled. There is a tan basket on top near the sled driver, and some fur at the front of the sled. At least some of the dead animals are seal. The caption...

    • UAF-1997-108-451
    • Walrus.

    • Walrus.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a photograph of a Walrus swiming in the bay. The walrus defining feature is the protruding tusk which extends downward from the mouth; they have thick wrinkled skin, often with little hair in older animals. They...

    • UAF-2003-194-2777
    • Walruses

    • Walruses

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this view a group of walruses are hiddeled together on the beach. The walrus defining feature is the protruding tusk which extends downward from the mouth; they have thick wrinkled skin, often with little hair in older...

    • UAF-2003-194-3877
    • Edwin F. Glenn journal, 1898.

    • Edwin F. Glenn journal, 1898.

    • Journal kept by Captain Edwin F. Glenn, commanding officer of the 1898 U.S. Army Expedition to Cook Inlet in southcentral Alaska. June 29-Oct. 23, 1898. [228] pages ; 23 cm. The main task of the expedition was to explore the country north of Cook...

    • uaa-hmc-0116-journal
    • Bring in seal.

    • Bring in seal.

    • Title from finding aid.

      Slide reads, "Hooper Bay." A Native Alaskan man and woman stand next to a dog sled that is carrying what look like seal intestines in a white bowl, and the rest of the seal and meat behind it. The man is wearing an...

    • UAF-1997-108-439
    • Seal division.

    • Seal division.

    • Title from slide.

      "Hooper" was also written on slide. A group of Native Alaskan women and children gather around containers of seal meat that is being divided among them. Some are wearing kuspuks, one woman is wearing a blouse and skirt,...

    • UAF-1997-108-441
    • Hooper Bay.

    • Hooper Bay.

    • Title from slide.

      A group of about 33 Native Alaskans of all ages gather and lift meat portions into the air. A man in a green fur-trimmed kuspuk holds a stick with a seal skin on it. Many of the girls and women are wearing headscarves,...

    • UAF-1997-108-456
    • Hooper Bay gathering.

    • Hooper Bay gathering.

    • Title from indexer.

      A group of about 33 Native Alaskans of all ages gather and lift meat portions into the air. A man in a green fur-trimmed kuspuk holds a stick with a seal skin on it in one hand, and a black tool in the other. Many of...

    • UAF-1997-108-460
    • Mission belltower.

    • Mission belltower.

    • Title from finding aid.

      "Hooper Bay, 1950," is written on the slide. Hanging on the tower to dry are what look to be black strips of meat. Two carcasses (possibly seal) are propped on the lower level, with tan colored leggings hanging...

    • UAF-1997-108-466
    • Selawik.

    • Selawik.

    • Title from slide.

      A couple of Native Alaskan homes are buried to the eaves in snow; one has a dead seal hanging outside. Several sticks are sticking up out of the snow, possibly placed to mark a path. A smaller gray building is on the...

    • UAF-1997-108-496
    • Toklat horse packed.

    • Toklat horse packed.

    • Title from caption in album: "Sept 25 - The Toklat horse packed - Toward Forks Mt.".
      Photograph shows a man standing next to a pack animal that appears to be a horse; the horse is carrying what may be a mountain goat or a Dall sheep. The are...

    • UAF-2009-123-55
    • Both horses packed.

    • Both horses packed.

    • Title from caption of photograph UAF-2009-123-56, current caption in album: "Sept 25 - Same".
      Photograph shows two pack animals that appears to be horses. They are standing on a rocky hill overlooking a river and mountains. A man is standing...

    • UAF-2009-123-57
    • Herd of animals.

    • Herd of animals.

    • Title from indexer.
      Photograph shows a herd of animals on the tundra. They may be caribou but they are very far in the distance.

      Location assumed to be Friday Creek, where Fannie and Joe Quigley staked claims in November of 1910.

    • UAF-1980-46-537
    • Northern fur seals.

    • Northern fur seals.

    • Title by cataloger.
      The animals in this photo were originally identified as Steller sea lions. Identification as northern fur seals courtesy of Ian Dickson, a staff biologist with URS Corporation in Anchorage.

    • UAF-2003-194-4061

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