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An Inuit bow drill (circa 1950s) from the village of Siorapaluk in the Thule District of Northwest Greenland.
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An Inuit bow drill (circa 1950s) from the village of Siorapaluk in the Thule District of Northwest Greenland.
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Fishing tackle used by coastal Chukchi & Yupik Eskimos. It is made for jigging through the ice or from a boat. The hooks are set in walrus ivory. Uelen, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Russian Far East
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The head of a fish spear (kakivak) from the Inuit community of Igloolik. The prongs are made from caribou ribs. Nunavut, Eastern Canadian Arctic.
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An assortment of traditional Ulu's (woman's knife) from Northwest Greenland, Canada & Alaska. These knives are primarily used for cleaning skins. they are used in coastal native communities right around the Arctic.
   

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