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  • Subject is exactly "Graves"

North end of Cape Parry, whaler's grave (Sept '76) (4)0.jpg
Image of a whaler's grave located at the north end of Cape Parry

North end of Cape Parry, whaler's grave (Sept '76) (3)0.jpg
Image of a whaler's grave marker made of wood with a carven bird at the tip at the north end of Cape Parry

North end of Cape Parry, area around old whaler's site, gravesites (Sept '76)0.jpg
Image of old whaler's gravesite at north end of Cape Parry with view of ocean and land in the distance

North end of Cape Parry, whaler's grave (Sept '76) (2)0.jpg
Image of late 1800's whaler's gravesite headstone etched with two person's obitual information. Located at the north end of Cape Parry

North end of Cape Parry, Whaler's grave (Sept '76)0.jpg
Image of whalers' graves and their wooden markers at Cape Parry with the ocean in the background

North end of Cape Parry, bird carving whaler's grave marker (Sept '76)0.jpg
Sideview image of a wooden grave marker with carven bird at the tip located at the north end of Cape Parry

North end of Cape Parry Whaler's grave (Sept '76)0.jpg
Image of a wooden triangular headstone of a whaler's grave at Cape Parry

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/Oral_History_Recordings/69_Albert_Oliver_Aklavik.mp3
Agnes White interviews Albert Oliver about when he was traveling and living around Banksland as well as other places he and other’s traveled and lived, and more.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/Oral_History_Recordings/21_Andy_Carpenter_Sachs_Harbour.mp3
Murielle Nagy and Agnes White continue interviewing Andy Carpenter about his traditional knowledge of the land area, the animals, his experiences, archeology, and more.
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