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Tseshaht whale exhibit in Alberni

Pam Craig receives an explanation about the harpoon and dugout canoe from Huu-ay-aht carver Edward Johnson at the Maritime Museum discovery Centre. The piece is part of an exhibit about the Tseshaht history of whaling. The centre hosted a soft opening for the exhibit on June 9. The grand opening will be on June 21.  - SONJA DRINKWATER Alberni Valley News
Pam Craig receives an explanation about the harpoon and dugout canoe from Huu-ay-aht carver Edward Johnson at the Maritime Museum discovery Centre. The piece is part of an exhibit about the Tseshaht history of whaling. The centre hosted a soft opening for the exhibit on June 9. The grand opening will be on June 21.
— image credit: SONJA DRINKWATER Alberni Valley News
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