Inuit carrying umiack

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Inuit carrying umiack
Black and white photograph, made of paper

Donated by Mr Robert Ferguson, 1977
Museum number 1975-2-3-16

This black and white photograph shows a group of Inuit carrying an umiack. An umiack is a large, open skin boat used by the Inuit. The umiack is upside down and on the heads of about 20 Inuit. There is a single Inuit walking in the foreground and a range of rocky, snow-streaked hills in the background.

Inuit carrying umiack
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