"The Eyak formerly built wooden canoes. At present these dugouts have been almost entirely abandoned in favor of skiffs and gas boats, but in 1933 we found two which we measured and photographed. One, partially completed at that time, is the work of Gus Nelson, the other, an old cracked boat, belongs to Old Man Dude. Gus Nelson's boat more closely follows the traditional pattern than does Dude's.
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