Photograph of U.S. Revenue Cutter Bear (left) and Steam Ship Corwin tied up in the ice at Nome, Alaska, the first arrivals of the 1914 shipping season. Ships such as these were responsible for introducing Alaskan ivory carvings to a large audience outside Alaska.


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