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E027348 Canoe Model - Front, Inuit People, West Greenland, Arctic, North America. Umiak, open skin board woman's boats, were used for travel and whaling. This model has five carved and painted figures of women in rowing postions, one with a baby in her hood. There are also model paddles, a firewood bundle, wood dish, kettle and pot. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Stuart Humphreys
 
Summary:
E027348 - 17/1/1923, boat model, , West Greenland, , Greenland, America, North
Item Name:
boat model
Keywords:
model
hunting
Region:
West Greenland
Country:
Greenland
Collection Area:
America, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
17/01/1923
Registration Number:
E027348
Associated Stories:
Raven's Survival: Eskimo Spirit and Subsistence in the Far North
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E027348 Canoe Model - Front, Inuit People, West Greenland, Arctic, North America. Umiak, open skin board woman's boats, were used for travel and whaling. This model has five carved and painted figures of women in rowing postions, one with a baby in her hood. There are also model paddles, a firewood bundle, wood dish, kettle and pot. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Stuart Humphreys
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E027348 Canoe Model - Detail, Inuit People, West Greenland, Arctic, North America. Umiak, open skin board woman's boats, were used for travel and whaling. This model has five carved and painted figures of women in rowing postions, one with a baby in her hood. There are also model paddles, a firewood bundle, wood dish, kettle and pot. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Photography Dept - Stuart Humphreys