The chronicle tells about the field season of the Arctic complex historical expedition to study the objects of the historical and cultural heritage of the Pechora Territory in August 1991. Helicopter view: the coast and islands of the Pechora Sea; buildings on the coast. Members of the Arctic Complex Historical Expedition in the cabin of a helicopter. Matveev Island in the Barents Sea. Rocky Cape; surf. Outbuildings on the shore; lighthouse; vowed crosses. The expedition members stand at the empty houses of the village, among them the leader Pyotr Vladimirovich Boyarsky, the chiefs of the detachments Vladislav Sergeevich Koryakin and Leonid Serebryany. The members of the expedition are walking along the seashore; find the rudder of a wooden ship, clean it of sand, take measurements; collect the wreckage of mechanisms (including the windlass of the ship); reinforce the crossbar on the Pomor memorial cross; examine the nature of the coastline through binoculars, record the results; inspect the vegetation on the shore; are filming. Lolets Island in the Barents Sea. Members of the expedition examine the vow cross, take measurements, make sketches; exploring the coast of the island; examines a wooden trap for a polar fox; filming; get into the helicopter.