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Uirngut, an Inuit woman, uses her ulu to prepare Arctic Char for drying.Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
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Ada Solovyova, an elderly Uilta woman, cleaning cloudberries at a reindeer herders'camp in Piltun Bay. Val, Sakhalin Island, Russian Far East. 2006
RY.2607-03
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Velodia Yando, a Nenets fisherman, putting frozen Burbot into a sack inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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Velodia Yando, a Nenets fisherman, holds an 17.5 lb Broad Whitefish (Coregonus nasus) inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2607-05
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Maxim Nyatch, a Nenets fisherman, walking with is daughter, Amelia, inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
RY.2607-06
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Sacks of frozen fish inside an ice house by the Yuribey River. The ice house is used to freeze and store fish. It was built into the permafrost, 20 feet under the surface of the tundra and covers an area of 900 square metres. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Siberia, Russia
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A bowl of wild mushrooms collected near a Selkup camp in the forest. They will be dried & stored for the winter. Krasnoselkup, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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A bowl of wild mushrooms collected near a Selkup camp in the forest. They will be dried & stored for the winter. Krasnoselkup, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
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Wild mushrooms cut up and drying at a Selkup camp in the forest. Once dry they will be stored for the winter. Krasnoselkup, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
RY.2219-03
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Wild mushrooms lying on reindeer moss after being gathered near a Selkup camp in the forest. They will be dried & stored for the winter. Krasnoselkup, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
BA.9269-28
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Niaqutsiak, an Inuk hunter, hangs up fillets of Arctic Char to dry at his summer Camp. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada
BA.9269-31
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Arctic Char drying on racks at an inuit hunting camp. It has been sliced to help it dry. Igloolik. NWT. Canada.
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Large strips of Narwhal meat
hung up to dry in the summer air, will keep indefinitely. N.W. Greenland.
BA.9269-19
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Niaqutsiak, an Inuk hunter, hangs up fillets of Arctic Char to dry at his summer Camp. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada
BA.9269-23
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Uirngut, an Inuit woman, uses an ulu to prepare Arctic Char for drying. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
 

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