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<b>Sketches from &quot;National Clothing of Siberia&quot;</b></p>
 
  
<p align="center">Another book I ran into at the <u>St.
 
Petersburg Academy of Art</u> library. Just a couple of pictures, because I have an
 
interest in Circumpolar clothing.</p>
 
  
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<p align="center"><strong><font color="#400000">
&nbsp; <img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/siberi1.gif" width="190" height="292">  
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Traditional Dress and Beadwork in The University of Alaska Museum </font></strong></p>
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  <p align="center">Shaman-woman dance headdress
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<p align="center"><font color="#400000"><strong>Eskimo
  and metal amulets (left) Front of woman's cloth coat with fur lining. (right) The coat is
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Traditional Dress, Jewelry and Dolls </strong></font><font size="5"></p>
  made of patchwork pieces of woolen cloth in black, green red and gold.</p>
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  <p align="center">&nbsp;<img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/siber4.gif" width="222" height="300">  
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  Back of the same coat.</p>
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<p align="center">Pattern of the main pieces of the coat.<img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/siber3.gif" width="223" height="300"></p>
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<p align="left">1.Wooden Sunglasses: <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_00.jpg">
<img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/siber5.gif" width="204" height="245"><img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/siber6.gif" width="198" height="274"></p>
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_00t.jpg" width="89" height="108"></a>..</p>
  
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<p align="left">2. Doll of a hunter wearing a birdskin parka <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_01.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_01t.jpg" width="89" height="144"></a>.</p>
  
<p align="center">Two more women's coats (left),
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<p align="left">3. Back of a woman's dress parka with
and Patterns for two men's fur lined pullover parkas (right).</p>
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&quot;sunshine&quot; ruff (post 1920) in wolverine fur, body of parka is predominantly in
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arctic ground squirrel (short brown gray fur) and<b> </b>Holstein calf skin (black and white
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patterned sections), the rear of the sunshine ruff is in Beaver, and there is red fox trim
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(long orange fur) on arms.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_02.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_02t.jpg" width="97" height="144"></a>.</p>
  
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<p align="left">4. Front of above parka..<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_03.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_03t.jpg" width="88" height="144"></a></p>
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<p align="left">5. Labrets, and a carved &quot;pocket watch&quot; in
<img src="../../ADVICE/manifestobook/NOTEBOOK/siberia/note6.gif" width="180" height="379"> </p>
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walrus ivory.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_04.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_04t.jpg" width="59" height="108"></a>.</p>
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<p align="left">6. Combination earrings and necklace.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_05.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_05t.jpg" width="119" height="108"></a>.</p>
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<p align="left">7. Woman's sealskin overall worn by costal Eskimos <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_06.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_06t.jpg" width="108" height="144"></a>..</p>
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<p align="left">8. Sewing Implements (Ulu knives) made from old saw
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blades: <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_08.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_08t.jpg" width="70" height="108"></a></p>
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<p align="left">9. Doll parka similar to figs 3 &amp; 4, plus small
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doll in cloth parka. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_09.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_09t.jpg" width="100" height="144"></a></p>
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<p align="left">8. Dance headdress for a woman, with wolverine fur
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top.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_10.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_10t.jpg" width="99" height="144"></a>.</p>
  
 
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<p align="center">(Not from the book) a man's
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<p align="left">.9.&nbsp;Detail of a Shaman's belt with bone fetishes
embroidered glove drawn in the Ethnographic Museum, St. Petersburg. Has colorful
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and glass beads. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_11.jpg">
chain-stitch vine designs on fur-lined leather.</p>
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_11t.jpg" width="144" height="95"></a>.</p>
  
 
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<p align="left">10 Complete view of above belt.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_12.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_12t.jpg" border="0" width="154" height="36"></a>..</p>
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<p align="left">11. Woman's dance headdress. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_13.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_13t.jpg" width="63" height="108"></a>.</p>
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<p align="left"><b>.</b>12. Doll wearing sunbleached gutskin parka..<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_14.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_14t.jpg" width="85" height="108"></a></p>
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<p align="left">13. Doll dressed in pre-contact style infant winter
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garment. This type of garment includes an open crotch, where a diaper is worn over the
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opening, and filled with soakers of dried lichen. The hands of the garment are sewn shut
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to discourage frostbite, and strings of beads are sewn to the hand-ends for the child to
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play with. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_15.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_15t.jpg" width="102" height="144"></a>.</p>
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<p align="left">14. Wooden spirit masks used in storytelling dance
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rituals. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_16.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_16t.jpg" border="0" width="108" height="144"></a>.</p>
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<p align="left">15. Fur lined gloves. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_17.jpg">
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<img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_17t.jpg" width="77" height="108"></a>..</p>
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Traditional Dress and Beadwork in The University of Alaska Museum

Eskimo Traditional Dress, Jewelry and Dolls </p> <p align="center">Click Thumbnails to see larger photos

1.Wooden Sunglasses: <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_00.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_00t.jpg" width="89" height="108"></a>..

2. Doll of a hunter wearing a birdskin parka <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_01.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_01t.jpg" width="89" height="144"></a>.

3. Back of a woman's dress parka with "sunshine" ruff (post 1920) in wolverine fur, body of parka is predominantly in arctic ground squirrel (short brown gray fur) and Holstein calf skin (black and white patterned sections), the rear of the sunshine ruff is in Beaver, and there is red fox trim (long orange fur) on arms.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_02.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_02t.jpg" width="97" height="144"></a>.

4. Front of above parka..<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_03.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_03t.jpg" width="88" height="144"></a>

5. Labrets, and a carved "pocket watch" in walrus ivory.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_04.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_04t.jpg" width="59" height="108"></a>.

6. Combination earrings and necklace.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_05.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_05t.jpg" width="119" height="108"></a>.

7. Woman's sealskin overall worn by costal Eskimos <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_06.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_06t.jpg" width="108" height="144"></a>..

8. Sewing Implements (Ulu knives) made from old saw blades: <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_08.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_08t.jpg" width="70" height="108"></a>

9. Doll parka similar to figs 3 & 4, plus small doll in cloth parka. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_09.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_09t.jpg" width="100" height="144"></a>

8. Dance headdress for a woman, with wolverine fur top.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_10.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_10t.jpg" width="99" height="144"></a>.

.9. Detail of a Shaman's belt with bone fetishes and glass beads. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_11.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_11t.jpg" width="144" height="95"></a>.

10 Complete view of above belt.<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_12.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_12t.jpg" border="0" width="154" height="36"></a>..

11. Woman's dance headdress. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_13.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_13t.jpg" width="63" height="108"></a>.

.12. Doll wearing sunbleached gutskin parka..<a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_14.jpg"><img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_14t.jpg" width="85" height="108"></a>

13. Doll dressed in pre-contact style infant winter garment. This type of garment includes an open crotch, where a diaper is worn over the opening, and filled with soakers of dried lichen. The hands of the garment are sewn shut to discourage frostbite, and strings of beads are sewn to the hand-ends for the child to play with. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_15.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_15t.jpg" width="102" height="144"></a>.

14. Wooden spirit masks used in storytelling dance rituals. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_16.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_16t.jpg" border="0" width="108" height="144"></a>.

15. Fur lined gloves. <a href="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_17.jpg"> <img src="../aknative/museumpicts/92910_17t.jpg" width="77" height="108"></a>..


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