42 second, color/silent, film clip of King Islanders attaching a skin hull to an umiak frame. The film opens with men dragging the wooden umiak frame across the snow. Then one of the people cuts the skin and several lace it onto the frame.
34 second, color/silent film clip of ivory carvings made by King Island carvers. The items shown include: small animal and bird figurines, dog teams and sleds, a cribbage board, knives, and hunters in kayaks.
Title taken from caption. View of umiaks (skin boats) lining the waterfront of Nome, Alaska. To the right of the photograph is a car and several people. Some of the buildings of Nome can be seen in the background. Photograph taken July 6, 1952....
Title taken from caption. View of men from King Island preparing for blanket toss at Anchorage Fur Rendezvous in Anchorage, Alaska. 1953-1959. Photograph type: 35 mm color slide. Photographer: Donald Arthur Post.