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This is a Inuit womans parka (anarak) used for warmth. Made from summer Caribou. The hair is shorter and tighter knit for summer Caribou. This has been a traditional style for centuries. by Leobudv, early 1900's

Inuit boy w/ parka, fur pants & kamiks

Inuit amauti or tuilli (woman’s parka) ca. 1890–1925 Iqluligaarjuk (Chesterfield Inlet), Nunavut, Canada Parka: caribou skin, glass beads, stroud cloth, caribou teeth, and metal pendants; needlecase: ivory, seal hide; carrying strap with toggles: caribou hide, ivory

Four Inuit girls in fur parkas Title: Four Inuit girls in winter clothing, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: [ca. 1903-1915]

1910-1914 Inuit (First Nations) Boy's parka and pants at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: "The Inuit seamstress has used the natural colouring and patterns of the ringed sealskin to pleasing effect. The front and back sections of the parka are each made of one skin. The dark colouring of the seal's back forms the parka's front and back sections which fade to the lighter stomach colouring on the sides."