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2010.010.001
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Pounding stone

Object 2010.010.001

Pounding stone

Pounding stone

A pounding stone is used to prepare soft meat that can be consumed by elders. It is soft, so they can eat it. To make pounded meat for an elder is a respectful and caring thing to do. Pounded meat is also used by hunters as a light food to carry with them. It can also be used to break up bones to make bone grease. This tool was used by Madelaine Pea’a (aka Madelaine Judas, senior) in Wekweeti in the 1960s.

Object Details
Accession No.2010.010.001
MakerJudas, Madelaine
Culture
Region
LocationWekweètì, Snare Lake
DateUnknown
2010.012.016
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Boat motor

Object 2010.012.016

Boat motor

Boat motor

A ‘Johnson’ eight horsepower ‘OK-20’ gasoline boat motor. This motor was being used by a Dene man on his home-made boat in 1962 when Bern Will Brown arrived in Colville Lake. Small boat motors like this are also called ‘kickers’ and could be strapped on the back of freighter canoes, making travel much easier for people using the waterways.

Object Details
Accession No.2010.012.016
MakerJohnson
Culture
Region
LocationColville Lake
Date1927
2002.018.001
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Doll

Object 2002.018.001 a,b

Doll

Doll

A soft-bodied doll resembling a ‘Viking warrior’, commercially produced for a fundraising and awareness campaign by the “Women Warriors of the Sahtu” who wanted a road built to the Sahtu region of the Northwest Territories. Newspaper columnist and personality Cece Hodgson-McCauley was the instigator of the campaign, and the doll was made to look like her.

Object Details
Accession No.2002.018.001 a,b
MakerUnknown
Culture
Region
LocationNorman Wells, Mackenzie River
Date2002
2000.011.014
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Snowshoes

Object 2000.011.014 a,b

Snowshoes

Snowshoes

A pair of snowshoes made by Bruno Moosenose and Catherine Moosenose. Bruno constructed the frames, and Catherine did the babiche webbing and moose hide ties. The snowshoes were collected by anthropologist June Helm in 1959.

Object Details
Accession No.2000.011.014 a,b
MakerMoosenose, Bruno; Moosenose Catherine
Culture
Region
LocationWhatì
Date1959