Weapons, clothes, tomb and boat of the Chukchi
Pick-axe made with a walrus tusk, stone hatchet of Alaska, wooden instrument with claws used by the Chukchi people to hunt walrus, tomb of the Unalaskans, and baidar (boat), dress and bow used by natives on both continents at the Bering Straits.From Joseph Billings and Martin Sauer's An Account of an Expedition to the Northern Parts of Russia. Copperplate engraving by Dell'Acqua from Giovanni Battista Sonzogno's Collection of the Most Interesting Voyages (Raccolta de Viaggi Piu Interessanti), Milan, 1815-1817. Date:
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Scout ceremony with President Johnson
Boy Scout Ferris Taylor presents President Johnson with a walnut plaque bearing the Scout emblem and a gavel. The traditional "Report to the Nation" of the Boy Scouts of America was presented to President Johnson during a White House ceremony. The report reviewed activities of the Scouts during the past year. Left to right are Ferris Taylor (Heyburn, Idaho); Paul A. Jakab (Billings, Montana); Ronald Warrior (Chicago, Illinois); and the President.
8 February 1967
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