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The image shows three young men standing together in traditional clothing in front of a snowhouse. The photo includes the “Chicksi and sons”: William Saumik, Gerard Chick- sigaluk, and Tommy Niulurana.

The image shows the Midnight sun over top a few hills in the background with a bay of water in front of the hills.

A photo that includes Harry Taliriktuk, Ernest Donovan, Mr. Webster (Anglican M), Victor Ikutaq (Rufu Niriunaq’s husband). The group of individuals are sitting on a loaded sled.

A photo of Nerriuna, H. Coll standing in traditional clothes looking at the camera.

The image shows three men standing beside each other on rocks. The photo includes Charlie Rowan (Hudson Bay Co. manager), McIsaak (Canalaska manager), David Bernhardt.

A photo of Hiruna (Susie Tiktalik's brother, Annie Kunana's husband) standing in front of a snow house.

The image was taken at Kuyuaqria (Minto Inlet), showing a group of people on Sunday at Fort Barbant(?). The photo includes (back to front): Qaruna (Sarah’s father’s older sister), Inuktalik (Qaruna’s husband), C. Rowan, Qauluaq, Tiklalik, Annie…

A photo of Quyeraetuk (Imirak’s younger brother) and Katauyaq (Philip Haogak’s brother (?) (different dad) Uniyaq’s son) standing beside each other and by a cabin.

The photo shows a man dressed in traditional clothes wearing traditional snow goggles. We also can see a dog sled team and a cabin. Iligait is captured in the photo.

A photo of Fred Carpenter and Simon Bennett beaching the schooner Blue Fox.

The image shows the schooners Blue Fox, Nanuk, and Shamrock at a distance in a bay.

The image shows a spring camp that consist of two tent frames and supplies.

A photo showing a Hudson’s Bay Company post. The camp consist of a few bulidings and a canoe.

The schooner Blue Fox at Canalaska post at Walker Bay. Unable to reach mainland after spending winter 1932-33 on Banks Island. The party left furs and note in exchange for supplies.

A photo showing Frank and Lucy Carpenter drying fish at Ulukhaktok (Holman).

The schooner Blue Fox at Ulukhaktok. Simon Bennett and Fred Carpenter.

The image shows a winter trapping camp with a bunch of furs airing out at Ulukhaktok (present site of Holman)

Kudluk family photographed on the way to Holman.
Agnes Nanogak is storytelling of some of she and her family’s many travels, of living in various places, and of of some of their experiences such as when her father fell in water and nearly froze to death, of when he made his own kayak boat with…
CHAK’s A Long Time Ago host Louie Goose introduces Jim Wolki and Father Lemeur where Jim is telling part four of The Long Crossing story in English. To be continued.
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