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This Wigwam Is Built To The V-Frame Pattern And Covered With Slabs Of Spruce Bark. That May Be A Woodstove Chimney Sticking Out Of The Top. This Is A Basketmaker's Camp: Note The Woodsplints Lying On The Ground In The Lower Right Corner
 
Title:
Mi`kmaq Family, c. 1865
Source:
Nova Scotia Museum
Subject:
Mi`kmaq | First Nations | Costume | men | women | children | basketry | woodsplint | construction of; wigwams | A-frame | spruce-bark | housing | log | tools | axes | saws | Nova Scotia
Description:
This Wigwam Is Built To The V-Frame Pattern And Covered With Slabs Of Spruce Bark. That May Be A Woodstove Chimney Sticking Out Of The Top. This Is A Basketmaker's Camp: Note The Woodsplints Lying On The Ground In The Lower Right Corner
Date:
18950101
Type:
Image
Format:
JPEG
Language:
en
Unique ID:
21715
Relation:
NS Museum of Cultural History
Coverage:
Canada; Nova Scotia
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