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  • Subject is exactly "Seals"

The photo shows a woman in Jim Koe Park skinning a seal in front of on lookers.

The photo shows a woman working on skinning a seal in Inuvik, with a crowd watching her.

The photo shows a seal skinning competition in Inuvik.

The photo shows a woman skinning a seal with a man next to her with a camera, as well as a crowd of people watching her.

The photo shows a dead seal liad out on a plastic sheet, most likely for a seal skinning contest. We can also see a lady bending over preparing to do something to the seal with an audience around her.

A photo of Father Tardy holding a pickaxe beside a whole bunch of seals in Old town Ulukhaktok.

The image shows Fred Carpenter and Peter Esau standing by a bearded seal that they caught. (photo by Peter Sydney)

A photo of Fred Carpenter and Peter Esau with bearded seal they caught about 7-8 miles south of Sachs Harbour.

The photo shows Tivuana (Fred Carpenter's mother), Susie Wolki and Roy Wolki butchering a bearded seal.

The image shows Robert Kuptana and Peter Esau skinning seals on the shore.

The image shows Peter Esau and another man in rubber boat going hunting for seals at an open crack about 10 miles out.

S/Cst. Peter Esau skinning seal ugyuk.

The image shows Peter Esau posing with a seal ugyuk he got from hunting. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 161.jpg
A image of a Seal Skin Ornament picture frame. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 160.jpg
An image of sled dogs resting at a seal hunt camp. Six people and a tent are in the background. One person is carrying a crate. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 097.jpg
The image depicts Maureen Hunt and Jimmy with a seal on the frozen ocean.
Buster Kailek is storytelling about their travels including traveling to Tuktoyaktuk getting supplies at the Hudson Bay, and the many schooners that were there, of their traveling challenges, of a child’s death, of hunting and trapping, of their…
Buster Kailek is storytelling about how Inuvialuit lived prior to European contact, about how they made fire long ago, about fishing, about caribou hunting methods prior to modern guns with his uncle and others, about all the many uses of caribou for…
Mary Kailek is sharing more memories of her younger days of when she gave birth to her son, of her siblings who were on their way to residential school when her younger brother Donald Kaglik got hurt, of when her dad started trapping after he was…
Mary Kailek is storytelling of her many travels, of various people, of the types of animals harvested, of her concerns of the new wildlife officer’s regulations and governance during that era, clothing and other items made from animal skins, of…
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