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Food and grease dishes

2.3 Food and grease dishes 16.1 -2119; T-22623 hero

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. 

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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