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Eskimålif, sid 105 - A man in a canoe in the middle of a body of water with icebergs in the background

Eskimålif, sid 105 - A man in a canoe in the middle of a body of water...

Svenska: Plansch ur Eskimålif, 1891. Ursprunglig bildtext: "Säljakt".

Seal-skinning on the floes, Russian Empire

Seal-skinning on the floes, Russian Empire

Русский: Участники гренландской экспедиции Нансена разделывают добытых на охоте тюленей.

Greenland 1999 (07)

Greenland 1999 (07)

Nederlands: Groenlandse jager op het zeeijs, gekleed in traditionele jagersbroek uit ijberenvel

No-nb bldsa f3b023 - Norway. Public domain image

No-nb bldsa f3b023 - Norway. Public domain image

Norsk bokmål: Gouache. En eskimo (inuit) på jakt etter sel. Han sitter i en kajakk, klar til å kaste harpun med en bøye (oppblåst skinn) knyttet til den. English: Gouache, an Inuit hunting seal. He is sitting i... More

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Greenland 1999 (12)

Greenland 1999 (12)

Nederlands: Groenlandse zeehondenjager voor de kust van Uummannaq, gekleed in traditionele kledij met ijsberenbroek en laarzen, kamiks, uit zeehondenleder.

Emanuel A. Petersen - En fanger på sæljagt, Grønland

Emanuel A. Petersen - En fanger på sæljagt, Grønland

Petersen first visited Greenland in 1921.

Grönländer nach Seehundjagd

Grönländer nach Seehundjagd

Fotografie heimkehrender Grönländer nach der Seehundjagd Public domain photograph of people with a small paddle boat, or canoe, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Greenland 1999 (08)

Greenland 1999 (08)

Nederlands: Groenlandse jager in traditionele jachtkledij met broek in ijsberenvel

Illustration of Seal Hunting; 1745 (p. 129, A Description of Greenland, Hans Egede)

Illustration of Seal Hunting; 1745 (p. 129, A Description of Greenland...

Illustration of Greenlandic Inuit seal hunters. Included as a copper-plate print on page 129 in the book "A Description of Greenland" by Hans Egede, published in 1745.