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Stonecut print on horizontal rectangular sheet of ivory paper depicting a family migrating across the landscape in summer. In the centre of the image is a woman wearing an amautiq with a child in the pouch. She is wearing a tumpline across her chest - this supports her large pack which includes two tent poles. Suspended on the ends of the tent poles are boots. Another child appears to be riding on the pack. To the left is a dog and a man carrying a pack while holding a bow in his right hand and three arrows in his left hand. To the right is another man with a pack holding a bow in his right hand and four arrows in his left. In the foreground is a pack, a bough, and a dog wearing a pack. In the background a person wearing another pack is appearing over the pass. To the left is an inuksuk in the form of an arch, to the right is a standing inuksuk. Beside the standing inuksuk are two birds.

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