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    • Pre-Historic granite pits.

    • Pre-Historic granite pits.

    • Photograph of a stone box.

      Caption: Just back of the village, on the side of Cape Mountain there are hundreds of pre-historic pits made of hewn granite stones. These pits are six feet long four wide and four deep. The stone facing the sea...

    • UAF-1959-875-2
    • Whaling Captain.

    • Whaling Captain.

    • A whale boat captain is seated on a snow bank, behind him is a pole with items hanging from it like chains, a pot, and next to him is another pot and a mitten. The captain is wearing a rain parka made of gut and rain boots, he has a labret in in...

    • UAF-1959-875-5
    • Whale butchers at work.

    • Whale butchers at work.

    • Caption: Clad in one piece water proof suits two butchers get into a hole cut in the whales stomach and proceed to carve the meat and throw it to the women on the ice on shore.

      S.R. Bernardi photographs formerly known as The Gertrude Lusk...

    • UAF-1959-875-19
    • Two Inupiat women.

    • Two Inupiat women.

    • Two women stand in their winter outfits, one has a child on her back. They are identified as Norwadluk on the left and Nora on the right.

      Caption: Eskimos are not Indians, but mongoloids. Both have all inherent reverence for their...

    • UAF-1959-875-32
    • Nora and Angnolok.

    • Nora and Angnolok.

    • Two women identified as Nora (left) and Angnolok (right).

      Caption: Eskimos are not Indians, but Mongoloids. Both have all inherent reverence for their ancestors, the Japanese possessing the characteristic a degree stronger than the...

    • UAF-1959-875-34
    • Nora.

    • Nora.

    • Woman identified as Nora poses for a photograph.

      Caption: Eskimos are not Indians, but Mongoloids. Both have all inherent reverence for their ancestors, the Japanese possessing the characteristic a degree stronger than the Eskimos. The...

    • UAF-1959-875-35
    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Native Alaskan girl and boy.

    • Title from indexer.

      Slide reads, "Hooper Bay." Two Native Alaskan children hold pink strips of what may be whale meat. The girl is wearing a striped kuspuk that has a hood trimmed with fur, and boots. The boy is wearing a brown and gray...

    • UAF-1997-108-432
    • 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
    • Dividing first seal.

    • Dividing first seal.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also says, "Hooper Bay." A group of Native Alaskans gather around to divide the edible parts of the first seal that was brought in that season. There are two women, four to five children, and two men in the group,...

    • UAF-1997-108-440
    • 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
    • Dividing the first seal.

    • Dividing the first seal.

    • Title from slide.

      Slide also reads, "Hooper Bay." A woman places a strip of seal meat into a girl's pot. Several women and children are gathered around, and a Native Alaskan man looks out from a doorway behind. The women are wearing fur...

    • UAF-1997-108-442
    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Meat from the first seal.

    • Title from indexer.

      A Native Alaskan woman holds a strip of seal meat, and a nearby child is picking up a strip of meat from a basin on the wood chip covered ground. A young girl and another woman are also there, in front of a...

    • UAF-1997-108-443
    • 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
    • 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

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