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Title Caribou kayak [electronic resource] / directed by Michael Mitchell.

Published [Watertown, Mass.] : Documentary Educational Resources, [c2005]

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video (ca. 50 min.)
Series Ethnographic video online, volume 1
Notes Filmed in 2002.
Summary "Otto Apsaktaun and Gino Akka are the last Inuit elders who know the secrets of making a unique Canadian boat built for the Arctic--the Netsilingmeot caribou-hunting kayak. With features like a wide cockpit and a long, narrow shape, the kayaks were designed to enhance the speed and ease of hunting caribou, since the hunters have little time once caribou are spotted in the water. In the summer of 2002, the elders invited the youth of their hamlet of Kugaaruk, and a couple of southerners to join them in a remote tundra camp on Barrow Lake. Using a combination of traditional and modern techniques and materials, the group work ten twelve-hour days on the kayak construction. They also hunt, cook, play music, and teach the children Inuit traditions like the art of throat singing. While completing a pair of highly-crafted, beautiful kayaks, the elders also transmit and preserve their vanishing Inuit culture"--From DVD case.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (Ethnographic video online). Available via World Wide Web.
Other author Mitchell, Michael.
Subject Caribou hunting -- Nunavut -- Kugaaruk.
Kayaks -- Nunavut -- Kugaaruk -- Design and construction.
Netsilik Eskimos -- Hunting z Nunavut -- Kugaaruk.