Title taken from verso. View of community building made of walrus skin and driftwood in Gambell, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, with walrus skin umiak on rack at left. April 1969. Photographer: Ward W. Wells. Original photograph size: 8" x 10".
Title supplied by cataloger. Location: Seal Slough. Meat hangs from a large drying rack set up beside the water. A clothesline extends from the rack to a nearby pole, and holds fishing nets. A yellow boat is tied up at the shore.
Used: St. Michael
Description: iron; wood; brass
Descriptive Narrative: Small cannon labeled "Russian cannon from St. Michael". Iron barrel is 36" long x approx. 4-1/2"...
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).