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August 16, 2001 Souvenir Album:

Teller, Little Diomede Island and Russian Waters


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Teller

teller shore

House on the shore of Teller which is on the banks of Port Clarence. Most of the 280 inhabitants are Eskimo who subsist on fishing or hunting reindeer. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

teller dancers

Eskimo dancers in Teller perform for Harriman Retraced participants. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

boy dancer

Young boy dancing for Harriman participants in Teller. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Little Diomede Island

Little Diomede Shore

Aleut village of Ignaluk, on Little Diomede Island as seen from the Clipper Odyssey. It is an American island that lies only three nautical miles from the Russian island of Big Diomede. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

walrus skin

Walrus skins drying on driftwood racks.(Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Dancers at Little Diomede

Eskimos dancing at a reception held for passengers on the Clipper Odyssey. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Russia

Russia with boat

First glimpse of the Russian Far East, Big Diomede. Note the vessel in the foreground transported the Russian custom officials who stayed on the Clipper Odyssey during the time spent in Russian waters. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

walrus

Large group of walrus on shore of Big Diomede. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).


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