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5 Oct 2012
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1950 - -
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DIGGING CLAMS Oysters Puget Sound Circa 1950(Vintage Film 8mm Home Movie) Clam digging is a US term for a common way to harvest clams (edible infaunal bivalve mollusks) from below the surface of the tidal sand flats or mud flats where they live. It is done both recreational (for enjoyment or as a source of food) and commercially (as a source of income). Commercial digging in the US is colloquially referred to as clamming, and is done by a clammer.
Amateur clam digging is often done using a straight long-handled spading fork, or a spading shovel.

Location: Seattle, Washington, Puget Sound, United States

Source: Digital HD frame-by-frame transfer of home movie footage

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8mm bed bivalve boot bucket clam classic dig digger digging dinner dust era family film flicker food footage fresh grain group harvest home movie marine meal memories mollusk mudflat mussel nostalgia old oyster oysters people projection raw retro rubber scratches sea seafood seaside seattle shell shellfish shore shovel shuck style vintage 4 people male female archival 1950s 1940s

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