Hunting Equipment (8 images)

Title

Hunting Equipment (8 images)

Subject

The Bernard Collection of Inuit Artifacts

Description

Hunting equipment consisted of the bow and arrow, with a wood shaft and leather string. The arrows were wood with heads made of flint and bone. Due to the scarcity of wood many of the arrows were made up of three or four pieces of wood. Harpoons for whale hunting were made of wood with flint heads.

Source

Captain Joseph F. Bernard, Father Stanley Drummond, S.J

Date

1924

Rights

Loyola High School Archive

Files

Skin Scrapers_Fish Cleaners_Bone_Metal.jpg
Sewing needles_Knife_Rasp_Bone_Wood_Metal.jpg
Hunting Implements_Bone_Metal_Leather.jpg
Fishing Spear.jpg
Fishing Implements_Bone_Leather_Metal_Wood 2.jpg
Fishing Implements_Bone_Leather_Metal_Wood 1.jpg
Bone Arrows_Wooden Box.jpg
Child Bow.jpg

Citation

“Hunting Equipment (8 images),” Loyola Archives, accessed September 20, 2018, https://lhsarchives.omeka.net/items/show/252.

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