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Fish & Totem
Description: Adventurers enjoy salmon fishing, hunting sea lions and exploring the ruins of a Native American village in Anan Lagoon, Alaska.

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Clip #: TFA-244C
Length: 11:08
Year: 1921
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1920s
Filmmaker: Grantland Rice
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Alaska
Subject: Fishing
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1920ís, Alaska, Anan Lagoon, man paddling and pushing canoe out to water, men carrying long poles along banks of water, fishermen wading in stream and using poles to fish for salmon, traditional Native American salmon fishing method, dip net fishing, salmon jumping out of water in waterfall, man dip net fishing from rock into rapids, Anan Creek cascade, Wolf Rock, island, men sitting on grass and rocks overlooking Pacific Ocean, sea lions on rocks in water, man in boat shooting at sea lions, sea lion hunting, man standing on rocks in water as waves crash nearby, seals wrestling on rock and swimming in water, British Columbia, man sitting on rock along coast, men standing on rock shooting at sea lions in water, man pointing out Native American village ruins, men looking at moss covered totem poles and walking through village ruins, man climbing and sitting on top of totem pole, men removing wooden cross from totem


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