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$ Buy It Now. Free Shipping. Some tribes of Indians are in the habit of stiffening their bows by "backing" them with strips of sinew, glued on, but the Eskimo backing is made of cords and tied on.
As old Martin Frobisher, the first Englishman who ever saw the Eskimos (in ), tells us, "Their bowes are of wood of a yard long, sinewed on the back with strong sinewes, not glued too, but fast girded and tyed on.".
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Arctic collections range from small ivories to fur clothing and skin kayaks, although much is identified simply as “Eskimo.” Alaskan material includes the important Twitchell collection of over Kuskokwim delta Yup’ik masks, clothing, and other items, as well as large collections of Aleutian baskets, tools.
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The Zaplin Group owned the plates untilwhen they sold them to a California group led by Kenneth Zerbe, the owner of the plates as of Kern donated a portion of the collection to the Museum of the American Indian (National Museum of the American Indian New York).Born: Edward Sheriff Curtis, Febru. Professor A.
Kroeber was instrumental in obtaining a number of bows from the American Museum of Natural History, New York. They were as follows: Congo bow (pl. 5, fig. 19). This bow is merely the limb of a tree similar in appearance to our alder.
It is split by dehydration, and too brittle to be shot. He lived there for seven years, then came back to the U.S. only to die in the flu epidemic of The American Museum of Natural History, meanwhile, refused to turn over the bones, even after publication of Harper’s book.
Not untilfollowing yet another round of bad press, did the institution agree to send the remains back to Greenland. But, in Alaska, the Inuit people refer to themselves as Iñupiat, plural, and Iñupiaq, singular (their North Alaskan Inupiatun language is also called Iñupiaq).
They do not commonly use the term Inuit. In Alaska, Eskimo is in common usage. Alaskans also use the term Alaska Native, which is inclusive of all Eskimo. Read the full-text online edition of Early Voyages and Northern Approaches, ().
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