Whale ships in the nineteenth century required provisions and outfits for at least three years. The list here is taken from Charles M. Scammon’s The marine mammals of the north-western … Read More
There’s a whale somewhere in the North Pacific Ocean that’s come to be known as the 52hz or Loneliest Whale. Nobody’s seen it. Plenty have heard it, even recorded … Read More
Down to the Sea in Ships. (Elmer Clifton, 1922)
Features some incredible archive footgage. And. The debut of the great Clara Bow!
Old Whaling Film 1933. Whangamumu, New Zealand
Whale Watching? Whale Whiffing, more like…
We heard from a Nova-Scotia visitor who hadn’t had a lot of luck on her whale-watching tour; she said that the weather was … Read More
A visiting Airman, from the USAAF, stationed in Alaska told of his experience of whale-meat and how difficult it is to eat, especially the fatty layers close to the skin. … Read More