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King salmon, Eskimo Natives and a kayak made of skins

Photograph of three Native Alaskans with a catch of king salmon at Nushagak, Alaska. A pair of skin kayaks are elevated behind the fish. Also visible in the photograph are barrels, cut logs, and a portion of Nushagak Village on the high ground in the background. Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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