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But for a repast of that kind our men preferred a large species of the Solen genus (razor clams), which they got in quantity, and were easily discovered by their spouting up the water as the men walked over the sands where they inhabited. While these men were recreating ashore a set of minus tides mooned the beach.

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The razor clam’s scientific name is Siliqua patula (Dixon).

So who was Dixon and what was he doing digging clams “near Homer” 225 years ago? Cook’s armorer during the 1778 discovery of Cook Inlet.

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To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level.By Brent Johnson For the Redoubt Reporter According to the U. Geological Survey, Clam Gulch is a local name reported about 1911.So it seems that clams must have been important to the area at least 100 years ago.By Brent Johnson For the Redoubt Reporter Clammers heading to Cook Inlet beaches this summer in hopes of muscling mollusks from the sand are in good, historic company.“The Pacific razor clam was first described in scientific literature in 1788 from specimens collected from a town once located near what is now Homer, Alaska,” according to a Alaska Department of Fish and Game Southcentral Region publication.The traders also sailed to Trading Bay and thus passed Anchor Point and the clam beaches to the north, but the journal makes no mention of anyone going ashore.

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