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With their father, Charlie Planinshek, these Inuit children travelled by canoe 8000 miles from far north to Nassau, Bahamas, Miami and New York. The voyage took two years.
 
Title:
Inez Planinshek and Anthony Planinshek, Manitoba.
Source:
Glenbow Archives
Subject:
Manitoba - Transportation | Manitoba - Events | Children | Inuit - Children | Inuit - Costume | Fur garments | Boats and boating | Canoes and canoeing
Description:
With their father, Charlie Planinshek, these Inuit children travelled by canoe 8000 miles from far north to Nassau, Bahamas, Miami and New York. The voyage took two years.
Date:
1929
Type:
Image
Format:
jpeg
Language:
en
Unique ID:
NA-2471-42
Coverage:
Canada - Manitoba
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