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The Dog, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins Featured Image

The Dog, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

The Dog, c1850. The central image shows a typical collie sheepdog. Surrounding vignettes show (clockwise from top left): the shepherd's companion, his dog; a Newfoundland dog rescuing a child from a river; a Scottish deerhound; a St Bernard dog rescuing a traveller from an avalanche; a blind man with his guide dog; husky dogs pulling Inuits in a sledge; making boots of dog skin; a guard dog frightening an intruder. From Graphic Illustrations of Animals and Their Utility to Man published by Thomas Varty. (London, c1850)

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Ivory fat scraper
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Ivory fat scraper
Drinking tubes or straws
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Drinking tubes or straws
Long-visored bentwood hunting hat worn by high status Aleut men early in the 19th Featured Image

Long-visored bentwood hunting hat worn by high status Aleut men early in the 19th

Long-visored bentwood hunting hat worn by high status Aleut men early in the 19th C both indicating their rank and making the wearer birdlike. Painted with a stylized animal and and decorated with ivory amulets the hats pleased the spirits of prey. Each sea lion bristle indicated a successful hunt. Country of Origin: USA-Alaska. Culture: Eskimo. Date/Period: early 19th C. Place of Origin: Aleutian Islands. Material Size: wood, ivory, glass beads L=40 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ British Museum, London. Location: 03

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Frieda Anniviaq Goodwin (b
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Frieda Anniviaq Goodwin (b
Eskimo woman
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Eskimo woman
A small sled
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A small sled
Standing male figure
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Standing male figure
Serving bowl which has been dyed red and painted with a mythological creature Featured Image

Serving bowl which has been dyed red and painted with a mythological creature

Serving bowl which has been dyed red and painted with a mythological creature. The bentwood rim is decorated with pieces of white stone. In Alaska men and older boys spent much of their time working or visiting in a separate building, the kashim'. The women brought food to them in trays and bowls. Country of Origin: Alaska, USA. Culture: Eskimo. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Smithsonian Institution, Washington. Location: 10. DISH

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An ivory figurine of a male
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An ivory figurine of a male
Schematic ivory head
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Schematic ivory head
A miniature mask
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A miniature mask

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