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Ship’s compass
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Ship’s compass

Object 978.074.001 a-c

Ship’s compass

Ship’s compass

A compass used on the Aklavik II, an RCMP supply and patrol vessel that operated in the Mackenzie Delta and Beaufort Sea area in the 1950s and 1960s.

Object Details
Accession No. 978.074.001 a-c
Maker E.S. Ritchie & Sons Inc., Massachusetts, USA
Location
Era c. 1925
Culture
Ice saw
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Ice saw

Object 979.034.004 a,b

Ice saw

Ice saw

An ice saw with a long steel blade and a wood and metal handle. This saw was used by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Fort Providence to cut ice blocks for their winter water supply.

Object Details
Accession No. 979.034.004 a,b
Maker Henry Disston and Sons, Toronto, Ontario
Location /
Era c.1910-1940
Culture
Mace
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Mace

Object 979.014.001

Mace

Mace

The NWT Legislative Assembly mace was constructed by northern artists from northern materials in 1956. Within three years, the mace had started to deteriorate so a replica was made in more durable materials for use in the Legislative Assembly. The original mace was transferred to the Northern Heritage Centre in 1979 for preservation.

Object Details
Accession No. 979.014.001
Maker Various artists
Location /
Era 1955
Culture
Hard hat, lamp and battery pack
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Hard hat, lamp and battery pack

Object 979.046.001

Hard hat, lamp and battery pack

Hard hat, lamp and battery pack

A fibreglass hard hat with a lamp and battery pack attached. It was worn by mining engineer John H. Parker when he worked at the Rayrock uranium mine which operated from 1957 to 1959.

Object Details
Accession No. 979.046.001
Maker Thomas A. Edison Inc., West Orange, New York, USA
Location /
Era 1950s
Culture