Food and grease dishes

  • Exhibition Text

    • While eating, the Haida liked to dip their food in grease which was made by boiling fish or sea mammals and skimming off the oil. 

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  • Collection Information

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      Catalog No: 16 / 39
      Culture: HAIDA
      Locale: BC
      Country: CANADA
      Material: WOOD
      Dimensions: L:39.5 W:20 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1869-1890 [GIFT]
      Donor: BISHOP, HEBER R.

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      Catalog No: 16 / 38
      Culture: HAIDA
      Locale: BC
      Country: CANADA
      Material: WOOD
      Dimensions: L:22 W:16.5 [in CM]
      Acquisition Year: 1869-1890 [GIFT]
      Donor: BISHOP, HEBER R.

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      Catalog No: 16 / 50
      Culture: HAIDA
      Locale: BC
      Country: CANADA
      Material: WOOD, PIGMENT?
      Dimensions: L:17.5 W:10 [in CM]
      Technique: PAINTED
      Subject: REPRESENTING CAPE PIGEON
      Acquisition Year: 1869-1890 [GIFT]
      Donor: BISHOP, HEBER R.

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