She was able to pass the art of selecting, gathering, preparing and dyeing the natural birchbark
, reeds, roots and berries needed to make these beautiful baskets on to her daughter Judy in the hope she might perpetuate this art which is now dying out in Alaska.
Simcoe's experimentation with questions of form -- as exemplified by her use of birchbark
instead of paper -- may be a result of her position as a woman.
, unattended, with a saddle on his back, proceeds carefully up the ramp.
Allward's powerful maquette, Justice, which forms part of the Vimy Ridge Memorial (1936); the first Canadian maple leaf flag (1965); and Pierre Elliot Trudeau's birchbark
Voyageur: Across the Rocky Mountains in a Birchbark
Canoe by Robert Twigger (Orion, pounds 14.
Listeners who enjoyed Erdrich's The Birchbark
House will delight to find themselves back in Omakaya's Ojibwe village, located on an island in Lake Superior.
Target was surveyed using ground magnetics, and contains a strong magnetic anomaly which has not been drilled yet due to the spring thaw.
Building a Birchbark
Canoe: The Algonquin Wabanaki Tciman
Early colonists learned to make maple sugar from the American Natives, who used birchbark
buckets and hollowed out sumac twigs to collect the sap.
OTCBB:GPVI) is pleased to report it has now commenced ground magnetic geophysical surveys on its' Candle Lake and Birchbark
Lake claims in the Fort a'la Corne field of diamondiferous kimberlites in Saskatchewan Canada.
What really pushed me was my children, wanting to make sure they have what I had, and how to survive," Swain told Birchbark
as she sat by the crackling sacred fire that has remained lit for much of the past decade at Slant Lake.
He will show how they made birchbark
buckets, fiber bags, canoes, paddles, clothing and more.