Eskimo Community Team Work Alaska

In the Eskimo town of Barrow, Alaska, the community pulls together as a team and will work until they bring a Bowhead Whale ashore.

At the northernmost settlement on the North American mainland and in the United States, is the Eskimo community of Barrow, Alaska. Here the community will work together as a team as they pull a Bowhead Whale brought in by a whaling vessel ashore where it will then be butchered by the people.

Alaska. Barrow. Traditional eskimo native culture. Subsistence whale hunting. The community prepares for the surfacing of the bowhead whale, and the consequent butchering



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Photo of an Eskimo community in Alaska who work as a team to bring in the Bowhead Whale that was harpooned at sea.

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Photo Title: Eskimo Community Team Work Alaska

In the Eskimo town of Barrow, Alaska, the community pulls together as a team and will work until they bring a Bowhead Whale ashore.

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Balaena Mysticetus

Photographer:

Luciana Whitaker / Accent Alaska

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d018_095 - Eskimo Community Team Work Alaska