People, perhaps ship's passengers, on dock; waterfront houses in the background; small boats in harbor and on beach; U.S. Warehouse building on left Printed from original, cracked, glass-plate negative
Title and description taken from accompanying materials. Two Anglo females, possibly school teachers. Peter Kewan in rear of bidarka; a Sugpiaq born in Afognak or Katmai area about 1873, killed by a bear in Afognak area about 1921.
From left to right. Children in the back are Henry Wassillie, Josephine Paine, Julie Olympic, Natalia Paine and Yako Nickoli. In the front are; John Zackar, Willie Nickoli, Anecia Olympic, Agnes Paine and Tim Nickoli.
Evon and Stephanie Apokedak had a fishcamp on the mouth of Kasinak, which is down river from Igiugig. Evon made a dog house from an old boat. The family lived in the little house during the summer months to put up fish for the winter.
Peter Da Apokedak guiding Georgette Wilson to the finish line. This was an one-dog race "Pee-Wee Race". The dog was named "Pretty Ulgy", and was owned by the Wilsons. The race was held on the lake. The race was held during Kokhanok Carnival.