[Photograph of six women with facial tattoos wearing parkas in front of a cloth backdrop. Niviaqsarjuk is seated in the centre in the first row] [Left to right back row: ?, Atunuck, Uckonuck, front row: Aka "Pikey", Niviaqsajuk/Shoofly?, Taptaqut]
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[Photograph of six women with facial tattoos wearing parkas in front of a cloth backdrop. Niviaqsarjuk is seated in the centre in the first row] [Left to right back row: ?, Atunuck, Uckonuck, front row: Aka "Pikey", Niviaqsajuk/Shoofly?, Taptaqut]Niveau hiérarchique :Pièce (niveau d'acquisition)Date :March 8, 1905.Référence :Numéro d'acquisition : 1976-193 NPCGenre de documents :Documents photographiquesTrouvé dans :Archives / Collections et fondsNo d’identification :3652534
Notice descriptive – DétailsDate(s) :March 8, 1905.Lieu :Cape Fullerton (also known as Qatiktalik) (Nunavut):Lieu de création :NunavutÉtendue :1 photographLangue du document :anglaisPortée et contenu :These Inuit women were from different cultural groups in the Kivalliq region in Central Nunavut, including the Netslik, Qairngnirmuit, Aivilik and Iglulingmuit. The photograph was taken at Cape Fullerton (also called Qatiktalik), Northwest Territories (now Nunavut).
Atunuck was also known as Susie and was from Kinepetoo people. Uckonuck was also known as Ukkannguq. Aka "Pikey" is of Nectchillic people. Taptaqut was mother of Harry Unainuk Gibbons. Names provided through Project Naming's facebook page.Nom(s) additionnel(s) :Information additionnelle :Note générale :(Hudson Bay Expedition aboard CGS "Arctic" 1904-05), On the caption card: "This picture is to show the tattooing marks of the different tribes. L to R (standing): Maria represents the tattooing of the Nectchillic; 2nd - tattooing of the Kenepetu tribe; 3rd - tattooing of the Iwilic tribe. L to R (sitting): 1st - Pikey - tattooing of the Kiddlinmuit; 2nd - Hattie of the Iglulik tribe; 3rd - Nellie - of the Southhampton Island tribe. Taken March 8, 1905. Cape Fullerton, N.W.T.", Described by the RECON project., The title of the photograph in square brackets is based on information provided by Project Naming. The goal of this project is to identify and record the names of people, places, activities and events in photographs held at Library and Archives Canada.Vedette-matière :Source :Privé
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