Two people gutting seals. A couple bowls are on the ground beside them and work tables are behind them, with more bowls and equipment. Seal skins hanging on racks are visible in the background, as are numerous barrels and a dog.
Title taken from verso. Walter Dyakanoff gutting a hair seal, Eider Point, Unalaska Island, Alaska, with his dog Butch. Also from verso: "Unalaska. 1950s at Eider Point." 1950's. Photographer: Ted Bank. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
From trip starting in 1928 down the Yukon River to the Bering Sea with Fred “Spokane” Hill. Burg wrote about the trip for National Geographic in 1930 (See Chapter 3 of The Last Voyageur by Vince Welch).
Title taken from verso. Five men and a boy with a cedar canoe on the beach. The canoe is outfitted with oar locks and oars, as well as traditional paddles. One man is gutting fish on a rock; another is working with the seine net.
Ta'giuqtigapta Tuapaktusu'gmi Immersion Camp: Iñupiaq Land Use Values and Resources Video: 1 minute and 43 seconds, MPG-1 format. The crew butchers the seal. A cut is carefully made through the sternum and ribcage. The ribs are good to eat; the...