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Smoke house with salmon

A image from an inside smoke house with hanging pieces of fish on the racks. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Inside the Jules' smoke house the salmon are held apart by small cedar sticks and suspended from ceiling. The Jules' children keep the alder fires smoking for three to five days."

Digging for clams

An image of four children holding buckets filled with clam shells and a large shovel on a beach. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Val Hansen, Gina Sutherland, and Leo and Lavigne Jack show us the clams they have just dug. Several good clam beaches are within a five minute boat ride of Kyuquot. Clams are plentiful; at low tide you can rake a bucketful in a few minutes." An image of four children on a beach holding buckets filled with clams.

Enjoying Clam Chowder

An image of adults and children sitting and eating at a table. According to the documentation included in the collection, the description of the image states "Everyone in the family enjoys Gina's clam chowder."

Wedding Celebration

An image, taken inside of a gymnasium hall, shows four dancers wearing traditional First Nation clothing and walking across the room, a group of people sits on the floor. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Doing the Wild Man dance in the Big Hall at a potlatch celebrating a wedding."

A bone game, "La-hal"

An image of two men sitting, one holding unidentifiable objects in his hands and another holding a drum. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states that a man "shows the other team which hand holds the unmarked bone."

Starfish

A close-up image of a person holding a number of sea stars. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Janet has found some starfish."

Raven Mask

An image of a child holding a traditional First Nation mask. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Sheila Jules operates the mouth in a decorative Raven mask hanging in her home."

The harbour seal, "Charlie"

A close-up image of a harbor seal on a wharf. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states " Meet Charlie, a harbor seal, who lives in our cove. Charlie is eleven years old now, but she was a baby when this slide was taken. She was brought into the cove by seal hunters who had killed her mother. A local family adopted and raised Charlie, feeding her with a baby bottle until she was able to catch her own food. She lives year round in the cove, suns herself on our wharfs, and plays with the local children. Sometimes she sneaks into a fish camp and helps herself to a choice salmon. Everyone in Kyuquot loves Charlie."

An Elder of Kyuquot

A close-up image of an elderly person. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states that the man stands "in front of a store."

Diesel fuel for "Betsy"

An image of two men on a boat, one man wearing a red helmet pushes a barrel while the other man stands near by, yawning. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Mark Sutherland yawns as Frankie Short rolls a barrel of diesel off the Betsy. The fuel will be used to run the generator."

Scuba Diver

An image of a man in a diver wet suit, wearing googles and oxygen tank. According to the documentation included with the filmstrip, the description of the image states "Tony will untangle a roap wrapped around a fish boat propeller."

Made by

An image of a drawing by the Kyuquot Elementary School children titled "Made by F.+W. Stocks Kyuquot B.C. 1976 with the help of the people of Kyuquot."

Kitty (Cathy) Ferry: Fish Taxonomy

Kitty (Cathy) Ferry talks about fish taxonomy with Martine de Widerspach-Thor (Reid) in English and Kwakwala. Recorded at Mrs. Kitty Ferry's house in Vancouver. Item was labelled as tape number III.

Martine J. Reid

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