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Eskimo whale hunters paddling an Umiak, made from wood & skin.
Point Hope, Alaska.
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Eskimo hunters secure the Bowhead whale from their Umiak. Point Hope. Alaska
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Eskimo hunters secure the Bowhead whale from their Umiak. Point Hope. Alaska
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Eskimo whale hunters cut lumps of skin & blubber, muktuk, from a Bowhead Whale Point Hope. Alaska
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New Umiak made from wood and split Walrus? skins. It rests high on a rack. Point Hope. Alaska
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Tomcod (Microgradus proximus) hanging outside on a rack to dry in the cold. Shishmaref. Alaska.
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Bow & arrow at the ready Aman Baoi stalks a monkey. Siberut Island. Indonesia.
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A carving of a Bowhead whale being attacked by killer whales made from walrus ivory. Chukotka, Russian Far East
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A traditional Inuit harpoon head carved from walrus ivory with a metal blade. It is used for hunting from a kayak and it works on a toggle priciple. Thule District, Northwest Greenland
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A traditional Inuit harpoon head carved from walrus ivory with a metal blade. It was made by Massautsiaq Eipe from Qaanaaq in 1971. These harpoon heads are used for hunting from a kayak and work on a toggle priciple. Thule District, Northwest Greenland
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A variety of sea mammal figures carved onto a sperm whale tooth by Inuit artist Peter Odak from Qaanaaq, Thule District, Northwest Greenland
RC.2001-16
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RC.2001-16
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, holds up a Chum salmon she has caught in Anadyr Bay. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-17
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RC.2001-17
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, checking her fishing net for salmon in Anadyr Bay. Behind her is a commercial fishing boat. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-18
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RC.2001-18
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, removes a Chum salmon from her fishing net in Anadyr Bay. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-19
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RC.2001-19
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, removes a Chum salmon from her fishing net in Anadyr Bay. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-22
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RC.2001-22
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, removes a Chum salmon from her fishing net in Anadyr Bay. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2001-23
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RC.2001-23
Zhenya Stoyanova, a Chukchi woman, removes a Chum salmon from her fishing net in Anadyr Bay. Anadyr, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
QQ.9838-07
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Qaerngak Nielsen, an Inuit hunter, hauls a dead seal from its breathing hole near Cape York. Northwest Greenland.
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Qaerngak Nielsen, an Inuit hunter, uses an ice chisel to enlarge a seal's breathing hole so he can recover a seal he has shot near Cape York. Northwest Greenland.
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Eskimo whale hunters paddling an Umiak, made from wood & skin.
Point Hope, Alaska.
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Eskimo whale hunters paddling an Umiak, made from wood & skin.
Point Hope, Alaska.
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Eskimo whale hunters paddling an Umiak, made from wood & skin.
Point Hope, Alaska.
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Eskimo Whale Hunter with a rifle watches and waits by the floe edge at Point Hope. Alaska
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Inuit hunter, Peter Peary, harpoons a walrus as it surfaces at its breathing hole in newly formed sea ice off Pitoraavik. Thule, Northwest Greenland.

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