Title from image. Photograph of Lawyer and Cora Rivenburg canoeing on Squaw Creek. Narrative in photo album reads: "Using a wooden canoe which I built from whip-sawed native spruce lumber." "Belle & I canoeing on Squaw."
These photographs were taken between 1899 and 1911 and depict life in the region around Forts Gibbon and Egbert. Included are hunting parties, military personnel, camp buildings, scenery, dog sledding and skiing. Steamships are shown loading wood...
Title taken from caption. Two men canoeing on pond, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Photo taken during National Geographic Society expedition on the way to what was later designated as Katmai National Park and Preserve. 1917. Photographer: D.B. Church.
View of the Sexton family in a canoe near the dock in Seward, Alaska. The Uncle Sam is tied up at the dock and a person is visible next to the building in the background. ca. 1905-1910. Original size of photograph: 5 1/2" x 3 1/2".