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These bear paw style snow shoes are displayed on the wall of a cabin in the Chena Indian Village on the north bank of the Chena River in Alaska. The log wall on which the snow shoes hang is chinked with moss.
When salmon is dried, it twists and curls. When the salmon is bundled it needs to be compressed to be more easily carried on a sled. This simple fulcrum press compacts the salmon so that it can bundled tightly.
This set of moose antlers, often referred to as a "rack of antlers" is mounted on the ridgepole over the entrance to a reconstructed trappers' cabin at the Chena Indian Village near Fairbanks, Alaska. The presence of the palms, sometimes called "pans" or "shovels" on the antler indicates that the...
Oil drums were converted to stoves by removing a section of the drum wall and replacing it with a flat piece of metal. A stove pipe was added to one end and the other end was converted to a door to allow wood to be added and ash removed. This drum was set on rocks to allow for cooling airflow...