Object 982.050. (OjRl-3:480)
A small seal skin boot with the fur on the inside. It is made from two pieces of skin sewn together with seal skin line and sinew. This boot is one of the oldest examples of footwear from the Canadian arctic. It was collected by archaeologists on Banks Island in the 1970s.
|Accession No.||982.050. (OjRl-3:480)|
|Date||2,500 years old|