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Berries gathered by Athabascan women as a food source. Photograph
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Athabascan Courtney Carroll models a fur parka worn in winter months by the Inuit, Alaska. Photograph
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Stephanie Pitka models a caribou-hide and beaver-pelt parka trimmed with wolf fur, Chena River Indian Village, Alaska. Photograph
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Inuit teens playing the Butting Heads game that calls for strength and endurance. Photograph
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Inuit family inside a summer dwelling of animal skins stretched over a wooden frame. Historic drawing
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Inuit soapstone sculpture of emerging human faces, by Abraham Anglic of Nunavut, Canada. Photograph
ARIN2W-00239
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Inuit scrimshaw on ivory tusks and antlers depicting whaling and other designs. Photograph
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Inuit woman inside an igloo chewing on leather to soften it for sewing. Antique photograph
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Fish caught in rivers and streams were a staple food of Native Americans and First Nations. Photograph
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Iroquois village with wigwams and a longhouse. Photograph
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Bark wigwam and longhouse of the Northeast forests. Photograph
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Pemmican cake of pounded venison, berries, and fat wrapped in rawhide. Photograph
NEIQ2W-00084
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Iroquois corn and bean bread, a traditional food. Photograph
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Iroquois clay cooking pot. Photograph
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Iroquois longhouse with traditional beds, Kanata village, Grand River Reserve, Ohsweken, Ontario. Photograph
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Corn roasting in an Iroquois earth oven (replica). Photograph
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Cree moosehide moccasins and mittens, colorfully embroidered. Photograph
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Fruit and roots gathered by natives of the northern plains, including chokecherries and bitterroot. Photograph
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Cree caribou-skin clothing painted with designs. Photograph
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Cree shelter of caribou skins on a frame of branches. Photograph
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Trade goods bartered for furs offered by First Nations tribes such as the Cree. Photograph
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Ancient stone hammers of the Cree and other natives of western Canada and the US northern plains. Photograph
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Pelts traded by Native Americans for items such as beads, guns, and metal tools. Photograph
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Birchbark canoe, favored by many native peoples of the Great Lakes and Woodlands regions of the US and Canada. Photograph
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Pounding dried meat and berries to make pemmican, a staple food of Native Americans. Photograph
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Bear claw necklace, worn by the Cree and other Native Americans for strength and power. Photograph
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Sioux dipper or spoon made of buffalo horn. Photograph
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Sioux painting on animal skin of a successful horse raid. Photograph
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Coast Salish carved cedar bear mask, Tulalip Tribes Resort, Marysville, Washington. Photograph
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Kwakiutl carved totem pole, Alert Bay, British Columbia. Photograph
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Kwakiutl carved and painted dance mask. Photograph
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Wooden totem poles and a cedar plank longhouse of the Northwest Coast peoples. Photograph
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Northwest Coast longhouse interior, with carved and painted designs and totem poles. Photograph
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Chilkat or Tsimshian ceremonial blanket of mountain goat hair, Pacific Northwest. Photograph
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Salmon filets smoked over a firepit, ready to be served at a Northwest Coast potlatch. Photograph
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Tlingit Chief Ano-Tlosh wearing a Chilkat blanket and carved cedar headdress. Antique photograph
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Camas lily flowers and bulbs, a Native American staple food in the Plateau and Great Basin regions. Photograph
BUSN2A-00288
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Fur train from the north arriving at a Canadian trading post, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
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Canadian Mountie warning a traveling aboriginal on the northern plains, late 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
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Canadian settlers gathered for a communal meal, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
GCAN4N-00033
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Canadian Mountie warning a traveling aboriginal on the northern plains, late 1800s. Animation of a hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
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Indian basket-makers on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, 1890s. Photogravure reproduction of a photograph
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Viking Freydis defends her fellow New World settlers from Native Americans, or Skraelings, 1009. Hand-colored engraving
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Viking expedition leader Thorwald fatally wounded by natives on the coast of Canada, 1002 AD. Hand-colored woodcut
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Viking Freydis defends her fellow New World settlers from Native Americans, or Skraelings, 1009. Engraving
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Viking expedition leader Thorwald fatally wounded by natives on the coast of Canada, 1002 AD. Woodcut
  



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