Eskimo Kayak at Port Burwell, N.W.T., [Port Burwell (Killiniq), Nunavut], 1929 [1926?]. Credit: Richard S. Finnie / Library and Archives Canada / e002342624
George Lush returns from checking his traps. Tha-Anne River (vicinity), N.W.T. [Nunavut], 1949-1950. Credit: Richard Harrington / Library and Archives Canada / PA-140627. Harrington writes of Lush (one of the last white trappers in the North) in his book, The Face of the Arctic, 1952, p. 206.
Windy River, N.W.T.[Nunavut]. In a native igloo - not a pretty kettle of fish but a nourishing one at least. Dec. 10, 1950. Credit: Jackson, J.C. / Library and Archives Canada / PA-102692
Lucy Anagaik using “ulu” scraper on caribou leg at Iksik’s camp between Bathurst Inlet and Perry River, N.W.T., February 1949. Credit: Richard Harrington / Library and Archives Canada / PA-112077
St. David’s Congregation, Simpson, N.W.T. Credit: F. Clarke / Canada. Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs / Library and Archives Canada / e008440687
Kov II and his son. Cape Dorset, N.W.T., [Cape Dorset (Kinngait), Nunavut], April 1968. Credit: Charles Gimpel / Library and Archives Canada / e004923466
Unidentified group of Inuit from Coppermine River. Coronation Gulf region, N.W.T., [Nunavut], ca. 1928. Credit: J.F. Moran / Library and Archives Canada / PA-102533
Portion of settlement, looking south - southeast, H.B. [Hudson’s Bay] Co. buildings in foreground, Lake Harbour [Kimmirut, Nunavut], Baffin Island, N.W.T., ca. 1931. Credit: J.D. Soper / Library and Archives Canada / PA-101478