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    • Paul Schmidt oral history transcript

    • History; Personnel; Wildlife refuges; Recreation; Planning; Employees (USFWS)
    • Paul Schmidt oral history interview with Norm Olson as interviewer. The interview was conducted during the Fish and Wildlife Service Retirees’ Reunion at the MCM Elegant Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Note: Mr, Schmidt was, at the time of...
    • Kayaks on Nunivak Island

    • Nunivak Island; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; ARLIS; Alaska
    • The Pribilof Report 1949. "Kayaks on hillside at village on Nunivak. Seal skins are stretched over frames like the one in the foreground made from driftwood. "
    • Bill Reffalt oral history transcript

    • History; Biography; Work of the Service; Congressional operations; Directors (USFWS); Employees (USFWS); Events; Personnel; Wildlife refuges; Training;
    • Bill Reffalt oral history interview as conducted by Norman Olson.
    • Nunivak Island's Bering Sea Cliffs

    • Scenics; Landscapes; Ocean; Nunivak; Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE Gallery
    • Nunivak Island's coastal Bering Sea cliffs. Nesting site for thousands of sea ducks and waterfowl on the refuge.
    • Muskox at Dahkit Cove, Nunivak Island

    • Mammals; Wildlife restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Reintroduction;
    • Muskox were reintroduced to Alaska at Nunivak Island in 1935 by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. They are believed to survivors of the Pleistocene era and to have first come to North American from 200,000 to 90,000 years ago.
    • Cal Lensink oral history transcript

    • History; Employees (USFWS); Personnel; Migratory birds;
    • Jim King shares some of his memories of Cal Lensink while attending Cal's retirement party. Tape transcribed by: Mary E. Smith, 4120 Dorothy Drive, Anchorage, AK 99504 907/333-0092
    • Muskoxen on Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

    • Mammals; Wildlife restoration; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife management; Reintroduction;
    • Muskox were reintroduced to Alaska at Nunivak Island in 1935 by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. They are believed to survivors of the Pleistocene era and to have first come to North American from 200,000 to 90,000 years ago.
    • Kayaks on Nunivak Island

    • Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; ARLIS; Alaska
    • "The Pribilof Report 1949" Unidentified person with vintage kayaks on the beach.
    • Filleting Salmon, Mekoryuk, Nunivak

    • Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; YUDE; Subsistence; Fishing; Native Americans; Villages; ARLIS; Alaska
    • Native Alaskan women filleting dog salmon. Mekoryuk, Nunivak Island.
    • Mekoryuk Housing on Nunivak Island

    • Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; Villages; ARLIS; Alaska
    • An Alaska State Housing Authority project in Mekoryuk in providing 22 new houses for the people of Mekoryuk.
    • Clarence Rhode, Grumman Goose, Man in Kyak

    • Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; Aircraft; Aircraft; Work of Service; Personnel; Native Americans; ARLIS; Alaska
    • The Pribilof Report 1949. Nunivak Island. "FWS airplane (Grumman Goose), Clarence Rhode, Regional Director at Juneau, in bow of plane attempting to moore it with the aid of Eskimos in kayaks."

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