[Southeast Alaska travel, Yakutat, Nome fire aftermath and villages 1]
George Morelander (Filmmaker)Lona Morelander (Filmmaker)
Filmed by George and Lona Morelander during a portion of their teaching careers in Alaska. Summary: Part 1 (AAF-2930) footage includes Wrangell street scenes, an unidentified location, a group of Alaska Natives aboard a steamship, travel in Southeast Alaska, unloading salmon at a cannery, a man with gun on a beach, fishing boats, men arriving at a floatplane and the float plane taking off, and a small child. Part 2 (AAF-2931) footage includes travel in Southeast Alaska, glaciers, people with rifles on a beach, unloading salmon, people on a ship, and a man climbing rigging. Additional footage includes people at a picnic, a child doing cartwheels on a beach, houses on beach railroad tracks, and children sledding. Images at Yakutat (?) include buildings and people, games and races on a large dock, and boys and men boxing.
8mm film; b&w; silent
Indigenous peoplesSalmonCanneriesFishing boatsBeachesAirplanesGlaciersRiflesShip equipment & riggingPicnicsBoxing
Alaska Film Archives, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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