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Alaskan Adventures
Description: A bow hunting trip to Alaska in the 1920's

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Clip #: TFA-55A
Length: 33:06
Year: 1926
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Alaska
Subject: Hunting
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
Pathe, Art Young, Pathegrams, snow covered mountains, men with backpack, Arthur Young fishing in stream with bow and arrow, coast range, rocky mountain goats, herd of wild mountain big horn sheep, shot by hunter, falls, foxes, fox, men standing on raft poling down river, through rapids, pull up to camp with log cabin and trappers catching trout by hand in stream caribou rubbing antlers herd migrating Alaskan moose man with megaphone doing moose call, shoots moose, launching moose hide canoe into frozen river, Yukon River, dog sled huskies, reindeer, changing dog's moccasins, melting ice floes, view if river bend, Kotzebue Sound, eskimos in parkas climbing down rocks to launch canoes, eskimo children, rolling kayak demo, eskino village on stilts, cliff full of birds, eskino catching birds with net, Mount Katmai volcano remains, hunters crossing swamp, pumice deposits, Katmai Pass, Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, steam vents, Kodiak island, ship, ferry, salmon spanning upstream, kodiak bears fishing in stream, hunting bears with bow and arrow, one is killed, CU arrowhead and shaft, bear claws and jaws, icebergs, iceberg, ice,


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