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PotA2.499
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A large deep rectangular stone cooking pot.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
soapstone stone
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Pipe3058/5 a-b
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Pipe. Head (part a) is carved from soapstone, with an octagonal chamber, and a thin ring of brass at base of shank. The stem (part b) is made from smooth, red brown wood, with a flattened lip and bit, rounding through the mid-point. Tenon is black.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
soapstone stone, wood and brass metal
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Lamp3058/4
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Small soapstone oil lamp, light grey in colour with specks of dark grey. Shape from top view is a half circle, with a straight front side. Walls on exterior are short and straight, flaring slightly on interior to the base of the carved well.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
soapstone stone
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Lamp3058/3
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Small soapstone oil lamp, dark grey in colour. Shape from top view is a half circle, with a straight front side. Walls are straight on exterior, flaring slightly on interior to the base of the shallow, carved well.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
soapstone stone
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Lamp3058/2
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Soapstone oil lamp, light grey in colour with darker specks. Shape is rectangular, with straight sides that incline slightly toward base. Carved well is deep. Small straight handles have been carved into the short sides of the object, and protrude slightly.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
soapstone stone
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Model Kayak3058/1
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Model kayak. Thin pieces of bent wood tied together with sinew make a rigid interior frame that is covered with a single piece of stretched hide, sewn together along the top of the kayak. Two harpoons (?) with wood handles attached by sinew to bone heads are held to the model in front of the cockpit, strapped in place by two thin, horizontal deck lines of hide. A carved piece of bone is positioned directly in front of the cockpit. Two holes have been bored through its base, which hold the deck lines in place.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
seal skin, wood, sinew and bone ?
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Doll2881/1
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Doll wearing thick fur clothing. The face of the doll is made of light coloured stone, with carved eyes, nose, mouth and ears. It is enveloped by a large brown fur hood attached to a jacket that ends at the waist and has a long, narrow flap in the back that falls nearly to the knees. The coat is edged at wrists, face and bottom with white fur. The pants are made with a white and brown fur, cut decoratively at the top on both front and back and inlaid with a lighter coloured fur. Leggings of the same darker fur cover the leg from thigh to ankle and are attached by fur suspenders to the waist. Matching mitts cover the hands. Off-white hide boots tie at the ankle and have dark brown, furry soles. The doll underneath the fur appears to be covered with a canvas cloth at the back and brightly coloured fabric at wrists.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
caribou skin, stone and fibre
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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Model Drying RackA2.214 a-c
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Model drying rack with three parts: two wooden sticks with short metal spikes protruding from the bottom end, attached to each other near the top with sinew strung through holes bored through the centre of each stick (a); wooden stick with a short metal spike protruding from one end (b); short, flat, slightly convex piece of wood that tapers towards either end (c).

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
wood, steel metal and sinew
Made in
Coppermine, Nunavut, Canada and Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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ToolA2.345
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Lightly tapered, flat, bar-shaped marrow scoop with a rounded finial; hole bored through the centre.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
bone
Made in
Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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ToggleA2.368
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Rectangular, bar-shaped piece of grey-white bone with several scallops carved around the edges of one end and a hole bored through the centre.

Culture
Inuit: Inuinnait
Material
bone
Made in
Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
Holding Institution
MOA: University of British Columbia
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