Group of innuit on deck of Erik

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Group of Inuit on deck of 'Erik,' 1876
Original photograph taken by Mr T. F. Miller [1850-1927.
Photograph of paper mounted on card.

Donated by Mr T. T. Miller, 1983
Museum number 1987-326-9

This sepia print shows a group of Inuit on the deck of the whaling ship 'Erik.' The Inuit are in a tight group, with four sitting in front and six standing in the rear. All are looking toward the camera. One bearded man, second from the right in the front row appears to be a member of 'Erik's crew. The cardboard mount of the photograph is badly torn.

Group of innuit on deck of Erik
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