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[Pond Inlet]

An Eskimo [Inuit] dog team heads over the sea ice to hunt at the ice floe edge. In the background are the mountains of north Baffin Island, with Mount Herodia on the far right, Pond Inlet. Taken by Doug Wilkinson, 1951.

[Pond Inlet]

Huge iceberg in background, and 2 Eskimo [Inuit] hunters [one is probably Idlouk] standing beside their komatik in foreground [one man holds a white seal screen for hiding behind, the other holds a gun]. Taken by Doug Wilkinson, 1954 [probably Pond Inlet area].


Eskimos [Inuit] at Frobisher Bay [Iqaluit] broadcasting the new ways. Photographer unknown. [Young Inuit woman, identified as Ann Mikijuk Hanson, holds microphone toward old Inuit woman who has pipe in her mouth.]

[Grise Fiord]

[Two Inuit men and a woman with arctic fox furs on komatik outside Grise Fiord Eskimo Co-op Ltd. trading store. Man on the far left and the woman in the amaauti are Markusie Innualuk and Mary Panipakoocho Innualuk. The baby in the amaauti is Boaz Innualuk. They are the parents and brother of Joanna Innualuk-Kunnuk.]


Some Eskimos [Inuit] used sod to build their houses. [Remains of at least 3 large wood frame structures banked with sod up the walls. Associated debris includes fuel drums and a sled. White-capped bay and snow-capped mountains beyond, either Baffin Region or High Arctic ca. September 1961].


Eskimo [Inuit] sod hut. Some Eskimos [Inuit] used sod to make their houses [one or two wood frame structures banked with sod walls, ca. September 1961, either Baffin Region or High Arctic].

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