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C.W. Hayes. No date. Portrait number 301.
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Caption on photograph: Native dwelling. Selkirk. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "A group of interior Natives in camp along trail." Index card unavailable. Note: Photo hcw00332a is similar to hcw00332. A jpeg and tiff of hcw00332a are included in this photo record for download. This photograph is one of the original photos taken by Charles Willard Hayes during the Schwatka's Alaska Expedition in 1891.
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Caption on photograph: Mark and his moose. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Mark C. Russell with the moose he shot for camp meat, on the Teslin River, about one mile above its confluence with Yukon River, June 24, 1891." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Lake Atline. From east shore. Native in (?) canoe. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Two inland Tlingit Native in bark canoe, Teslin Lake near Nitsutlin Inlet, June 20, 1891." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Bar mining on the Yukon. June 25, 1891. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Two miners, Swindler and Harvey, with their dog, Boodle, and their boat, the Creeping Jesusat their placer bar on the Yukon River, about twelve miles below Teslin River, June 25, 1891. Note the blurred image of their Native helper by the boat's bow." Index card unavailable.
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Note: Photo hcw00326a is similar to hcw00326. The front and back of hcw00326a are included in this photo record for download. This photograph is one of the original photos taken by Charles Willard Hayes during the Schwatka's Alaska Expedition in 1891.
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Caption on photograph: Lake Eyak Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Fish house and tranway on Eyak Lake used to carry fish to Odiak on Prince William Sound near present day Cordova." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Indian boys. Selkirk. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Three Native boys, Iz-yum, Mug-ich-luk, ("Harper"), and Peter, at Fort Selkirk, June 28, 1891. Hayes noted, "Peter...has no Indian name as the missionary caught him very young baptized him." Index card unavailable.
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Description: The attached .zip files contain a collection of forty-one sepia tone mounted photographs and seven black and white copy negatives. These photographs were taken by Charles W. Hayes during his 1891 expedition to Alaska. Fourteen of these photographs were published in the book, Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 Charles Willard Hayes began his employment with the USGS in 1887. In 1891, Hayes joined Lieutenant Frederick Schwatka's Alaska expediton (The New York Ledger Expedition) as a geologist. Photograph number hcw00018 is highlighted. The handwritten information...
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Caption on photograph: Cashe of native (?) (?) - Selkirk Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "A Native cache including sleds and snow shoes in a spruce tree along the trail." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Indian camp at Selkirk Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Native camp near Fort Selkirk, Yukon, July 8, 1891." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Indians at Selkirk. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "A group of interior Natives in camp near Fort Selkirk, July 8, 1891." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Harper's trading post - Selkirk (?) Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "Log buildings and fenced garden, Fort Selkirk, Yukon, July 8, 1891." Index card unavailable.
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Caption on photograph: Poling up the Taku. Caption from the book: Schwatka's last search: the New York Ledger Expedition through unknown Alaska and British America. Including the Journal / Charles Willard Hayes Univ. of Alaska Press 1996 "The New York Ledger Expedition starting up the Taku River. Frederick Schwatka is seated at left, Mark C. Russell is standing fourth from left. May 26, 1891." Index card unavailable.


map background search result map search result map Placer gold diggings. Hahns Peak, Routt County, Colorado. 1903. Gold dredge twelve miles south of Dixon, Wyoming. Moffat County, Colorado. 1903. Gold dredge at work twelve miles south of Dixon, Wyoming. Moffat County, Colorado. 1903. Poling up the Taku. Alaska. 1891. Native dwelling. Alaska. 1891. Lake Atlin from east shore. Alaska. 1891. Mark and his moose. Alaska. 1891. Indians at Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. Indian camp at Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. Native boys, Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. A Native cache including sleds and snow shoes in a spruce tree along the trail. Alaska. 1891. Lake Eyak. Alaska. 1891. The New York Ledger Expedition photographs by Charles Willard Hayes. Alaska. 1891. Placer gold diggings. Hahns Peak, Routt County, Colorado. 1903. Gold dredge twelve miles south of Dixon, Wyoming. Moffat County, Colorado. 1903. Gold dredge at work twelve miles south of Dixon, Wyoming. Moffat County, Colorado. 1903. Poling up the Taku. Alaska. 1891. Native dwelling. Alaska. 1891. Lake Atlin from east shore. Alaska. 1891. Mark and his moose. Alaska. 1891. Indians at Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. Indian camp at Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. Native boys, Selkirk. Alaska. 1891. A Native cache including sleds and snow shoes in a spruce tree along the trail. Alaska. 1891. Lake Eyak. Alaska. 1891. The New York Ledger Expedition photographs by Charles Willard Hayes. Alaska. 1891.