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Uirngut, an Inuit woman, uses her ulu to prepare Arctic Char for drying.Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
AK.9789-21
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Inupiaq (eskimo) woman cuts sealmeat with an ulu(Woman's knife). Barrow. North Alaska
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An assortment of traditional Ulu's (woman's knife) from Northwest Greenland, Canada & Alaska. These knives are primarily used for cleaning skins. they are used in coastal native communities right around the Arctic.
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Inuit woman, Mikivssuk, making a pair of kamik (sealskin boots). She uses an ulu (woman's knife). Northwest Greenland.
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Sharpening a traditional Ulu (woman's knife) at Igloolik. Nunavut, Canada.
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An Ulu, a traditional Inuit woman's knife which is used mainly for scraping skins, sewing & cutting meat. Nunavut, Canada.
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A Yupik Eskimo woman cleaning a sealskin. New Chaplino, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
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A Yupik Eskimo women cleaning sealskins. New Chaplino, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.1003-29
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A Yupik Eskimo woman sharpening an Ulu (knife) before cleaning a sealskin. New Chaplino, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
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Yupik Eskimo women cleaning sealskins. New Chaplino, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
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A Yupik Eskimo Ulu (woman's knife) lies on the blood covered fat of a sealsking before cleaning. New Chaplino, Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka,, Siberia, Russia
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While cleaning Arctic Char, Alukie, an Inuit woman from Pangnirtung feeds a fish eye to her son Aidan. Nunavut, Canada
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While cleaning fish, Alukie uses an Ulu (an Inuit woman's knife) to remove a fish eye. Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada.
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Native walrus ivory carving "Ulu Nanok" (1987) by A. Anategin. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
BA.9271-15
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An Ulu, a traditional Inuit woman's knife which is used mainly for scraping skins, sewing & cutting meat. Nunavut, Canada.
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Inuit woman, Savfak Kivioq, in hunting hut, uses an ulu (women's knife) to clean a sealskin. N.W. Greenland.
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A selection of Ulus (Inuit woman's knife). Canada.
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An Inuit woman using an Ulu (Woman's knife)to clean a polar bear skin. Siorapaluk, Thule, NW Greenland.
Northwest Greenland.
AK.9789-22
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Inupiaq (eskimo) women cut sealmeat with ulus (Woman's knife). Barrow. North Alaska
BA.9251-09
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Inuit women use an ulu to scrape fat from seal skins. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada
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Uirngut, an Inuit woman, uses an ulu to prepare Arctic Char for drying. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
   

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