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9. Red Crow also fishing for algae, and fauna in the Nearby Lakes; Pools, and Rivers our next stop was at Northumberland Pond Hakluyt Island for Birds, flowers, etc. We did not visit any Native Villages, Except Ootali's. From Hakluyt Island to Cape Alexander we tried using the Trawl; but found the water to deep for the amount of rope we had. I therefore tried the Trawl in Shore between Cape Chalow and Cape Alexander. My hope was that Kane Basin would be free of ice on it's South side then I hoped to use the Trawl. Ice prevented us. but we did use it in Shore [[right margin]] in Smith Sound.[[/right margin]] Also the Dredge, and the Plankton net. The farther North we went the finer the weather. We did get to Latitude 78.45. and to a point in
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