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Canoe
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Canoe

Object 973.027.001 a

Canoe

Canoe

A canoe of Tlicho design made from birch bark, with bow and stern deck plates to keep waves from splashing inside. It was built by Tlicho chief Jimmy Bruneau. Consisting of bark panels stitched together with spruce root, sealed with spruce gum. The gunwales are lashed with spruce root. In 1996, this canoe was used as a model for a project to document and construct a traditional birch bark canoe.

Object Details
Accession No.973.027.001 a
MakerBruneau, Jimmy
Culture
Region
LocationBehchokǫ̀, Marian Lake
Datec. 1973
Blanket
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Blanket

Object 2008.034.001

Blanket

Blanket

A Hudson’s Bay Company four-point wool blanket owned by the Buffum family in Behchokǫ̀. George Buffum was a trader there during the 1930s and 1940s. 'Points' were a measure of weight and value.

Object Details
Accession No.2008.034.001
MakerHudson’s Bay Company
Culture
Region
LocationBehchokǫ̀, Marian Lake
Datec. 1934-1940
Pipe bowl
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Pipe bowl

Object 982.010.001

Pipe bowl

Pipe bowl

A carved stone pipe bowl with a crosshatch design. This style of pipe came from the eastern part of Canada and moved westwards with the fur trade. Pipes like these were often carried by voyageurs. Northerners who frequented southern posts would have traded for these pipes. This pipe bowl was found at one of John Franklin’s campsites from his 1819-1822 expedition.

Object Details
Accession No.982.010.001
MakerUnknown
Culture /
Region
LocationWinter Lake
Datec. 1819