Driftnet boat in storage out of water, fishing nets on rack. Not allowed to fish because of mousse and oil debris found In their fishing waters caused by the Exxon Valdez - Kenai Boat Harbor (Cook Inlet).
From information provided with photograph, "B & G Tug." View of a street and buildings. The buildings are to the right of the image. Fish hanging to dry on a rack above the roof of one of the houses. There are also barrels on the porch of the house.
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).
Kayak frame and willow tent poles are stored on rack. These racks were used to hang caribou skins on for drying in the sun, and to store food on in the winter to keep it away from the dogs. Occasionally polar bears were still able to get into the...