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Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, variant of main image
Engraving from book, A VOYAGE TO HUDSON'S BAY, BY THE DOBBS GALLEY AND CALIFORNIA, IN THE YEARS 1746 AND 1747, FOR DISCOVERING A NORTH WEST PASSAGE [. . .]
Eskimaux making Fire & Striking Seals. A. The Great Harpoon for Whales wth its Barb Coil, & Buoy. B. The Bow & Arrow. C. The Small Harpoon, its Bladder & Barb, with the Instrument to dart it at the Seals. D. The Snow Eyes. E. The Breast Ornament made of a Seahorse Tooth
ID:
338
Source:
Ellis, Henry. A voyage to Hudson's Bay, by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the years 1746 and 1747, for discovering a north west passage [...]. London: H. Whitridge, 1748. FC3961 .2 E5 1748. P. 132.
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Dimensions:
153 X 188
Medium:
Copper engraving
Subject:
Bow and arrow
Fire making
Harpoons
Inuit -- Hunting
Sealing
Bow and arrow
Inuit -- Clothing
Snow goggles
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A voyage to Hudson's Bay, by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the years 1746 and 1747, for discovering a north west passage [...]