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996.008.081
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Boots

Object 996.008.081 a,b

Boots

Boots

A pair of child’s scraped seal skin boots, brown and off-white in colour. The high white soles are pleated around heel and toe, and have white skin straps which tie around ankles and across feet. Wide decorative bands of white skin with a double row of stitching, plus a zigzag piece of brown skin, trim the top of the boots. Collected by C.W. West, Superintendent of the RCMP c. 1907-1912 in the Athabasca and Mackenzie River areas.

Object Details
Accession No.996.008.081 a,b
MakerUnknown
Culture
Region
LocationWestern arctic
Datec. 1907-1912
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Boot

Object 982.050. (OjRl-3:480)

Boot

Boot

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.

Object Details
Accession No.982.050. (OjRl-3:480)
MakerUnknown
Culture
Region
Location
Date2,500 years old
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Piano

Object 977.046.001 a

Piano

Piano

This upright piano was shipped to the RCMP detachment on Herschel Island by Inspector Vernon Kemp when his family moved there in 1927. In the 1930s, the piano was moved to the Anglican Mission at Shingle Point and then to All Saints Anglican Residential School in Aklavik. From 1959 to 1975, it was used at Stringer Hall, a student hostel in Inuvik.

Object Details
Accession No.977.046.001 a
MakerJohn Raper Piano Company, Ottawa, Ontario
Culture
Region
LocationWestern arctic
Datec. 1910-1927