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Visiting The Eskimos - Smith Sound Eskimos
Description: Donald MacMillan expedition to Greenland in the 1930s

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Clip #: TFA-200J
Length: 14:26
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Donald MacMillan
Region: North America
Country: Greenland
Subject: Explorers
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, Greenland, Smith Sound, Arctic, Eskimos, Inuits, smiling Eskimo man, Iniut, Eskimo man taking off hat to reveal hair, icebergs, part of glacier breaking off to form iceberg, shore, Eskimo settlement on rocky slope next to glacier, Eskimo paddling in kayak, Eskimos outside and inside sealskin tents, seal oil lamp used for cooking, smiling Eskimo child, children, mother, Eskimos entering rock igloo, Eskimo boy making knife by chipping walrus tusk, carving, woman using ulu knife, Eskimo women and babies chewing skin to make clothing and boots, worn teeth of elderly Eskimo woman from constant chewing, Eskimo cutting and cooking meat, Eskimos eating raw meat with knives, Eskimo woman using ulu knife to cut raw meat, Eskimo man making coil of line of out seal skin, Eskimo man lacing sledge with sealskin line, Eskimo man making holes in sledge with bow drill, Eskimo man making ivory rings for dog harness, Eskimo girls playing game with bones, Eskimo man making kalouti musical instrument, Eskimo children playing and sliding / sledding down snow, Eskimo child with puppy, mother with puppies, Eskimo woman carrying baby on her back


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