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THE ROLE OF IVORY: HOW THE INUIT HAVE USED IVORY
THE ROLE OF IVORY | HOW THE INUIT HAVE USED IVORY
Hunting & Fishing Equipment Travelling Equipment Manufacturing
Tools
Domestic Tools
Snow Goggles, HC1775 Sledge Shoe or Slider, HC1872 Ulu, 914.18.4 / HC1343 Bag Handle, NS23657
Snow Goggles, HC3615 Ice Cleats, HC2139 & HC2140 Skin Scraper, HC1334 Needles and Needle Case, HC2014
Fish Hook, 951X57.2 Dog Trace Buckle, HC2223 Whittling Knife, NS22141 Needle Case, Needles, and Thimble, HC2973
Harpoon Head, HC1863     Comb, 960.115.10
Harpoon Head, NS22027      
Lance Head, NS27047      
Archival image of Inuit man drilling ivory
Drilling ivory with a drill bow
From King Island, Alaska
Dating to 1927
Photographed by Edward Sheriff Curtis
National Archives of Canada

C-030180
Archival image of Inuit man drilling ivory

 
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