Musée de la mémoire vivante (Museum of Living Memory)
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec

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The Last Beluga Fisherman

Gaff head
55 of 116
The two buildings in which beluga blubber was melted, and the stable in the background
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Beam similar to the one used by Émile Lizotte to separate blubber from skin
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Belugas on the shore before being cut up
58 of 116
Oil cans of various sizes for lubricating delicate mechanisms
59 of 116
Valved oil can made of copper
60 of 116
Earthenware containers for storing oil and food
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Oil lamps
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Mgr. Charles-Édouard Poiré, priest at Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière from 1875 to 1896
63 of 116
Intercolonial Railway locomotive and cars
64 of 116
Wooden trunk covered in beluga leather that belonged to Thomas Chapais
65 of 116
Leather strop for sharpening razors
66 of 116
Émile Lizotte on his farm in Pointe-de-Rivière-Ouelle
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Box of laces made by E.B. Balmforth in England
68 of 116
Balmforth laces made of beluga leather (flat in the centre and round on both sides)
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On the right, a 100-gallon barrel, like those used to store beluga oil
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Wool wound into a ball using part of a beluga vertebra
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Letterhead of the British American Oil Company Limited, one of Joseph Lizotte's customers
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