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Alaskan Adventure
Description: A trip to Alaska in 1959.

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Clip #: TFA-109B
Length: 8:09
Year: 1959
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: North America
State: Alaska
Subject: Mountain Climbing
Original: 16mm
1950s, Alaska, field with mountain in background, snow covered mountains, glaciers, forest, woods, aerial houses, houses along shore, summer, people swimming and wading in water, powerboat, church, priest, eskimo children, inuit children, railroad from coast to Fairbanks, rugged road, bus driving through water to road on other side, swimming trout, fishing, fishermen struggling to catch fish jumping out of water, wildlife, flock of birds in flight, salmon jumping upstream, bear catching salmon jumping out of water, caribou walking through water, mother and baby bears running through water on hidden sandbar, mountain goats, seals, aerial glaciers, hikers / mountain climbers ascending mountain, wolf, camouflaged bird, hikers reaching summit, man pointing out location to woman, Serpentine Glacier, climbers holding onto rope as they jump across Serpentine Glacier, climbers walking on glacier, glacier disintegrating and chunks falling into sea, sea of ice chunks, boat traveling through sea of ice chunks, seals swimming in sea, patrol boat near glacier, ice from disintegrating glacier spraying near patrol boat, boat stuck on iceberg

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