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Colour photograph of men and women in costume, dancing on a stage with light effects, their arms blurred as they strike drums.
"Drum Dance: Proclaiming the New Canadian Territory of Nunavut" (1999), by Hans-Ludwig Blohm, from The Voice of the Natives: The Canadian North and Alaska, Manotick, Ont.: Penumbra Press, 2001
Source: The voice of the natives : the Canadian North and Alaska
photography by Hans-Ludwig Blohm -- [Manotick, Ont.] : Penumbra Press, c2001. -- vii, 200 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map, ports. (chiefly -- ISBN 1894131134. -- P. 45
© Hans-Ludwig Blohm, 1999. Reproduced with the permission of Hans-Ludwig Blohm.

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