Slideshow | Culture Camp

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Lyle James teaches students how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Students learn how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Lyle James teaches Jeffery Isturis, 16, how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Anthony Simpson, 14, studies the skinned seal head as students learn how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Lyle James watches as Rose Jaynes, 16, left, and Michaela Martin, 17, pull out the intestines as students learn how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Students learn how to butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Elders watch John Smith cut up a chum salmon for drying with students during the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday. The elders are Margaret Dutson, left, Lillian Austin, John Martin, Sr., and Ozzie Sheakley.
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Students learn how to process salmon and butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Josh Sheakley, 14, videos John Smith cutting up a chum salmon for drying during the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday. The elders are Margaret Dutson, left, Lillian Austin, John Martin, Sr., and Ozzie Sheakley.
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Elder John Martin, Sr., tells the story of the "Salmon Boy" as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday. Elder Margaret Dutson, left, listens.
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Josh Sheakley, 14, videos John Smith cutting up a chum salmon for drying during the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday. Elder Margaret Dutson, left, is also attended.
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John Smith explains how to cut up a chum salmon for drying during the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.
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Students learn how to process salmon and butcher a harbor seal as part of the “Haa Yoo X’atangi, Haa Kusteeyix sitee: Our Language is Our Culture” at the Auke Recreation Area beach on Wednesday.

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