Threads of the Land

Threads of the Land Learn how the special clothing of the Inuit's has been a key to their survival in the extreme climates of their land. There are links at the bottom to learn about clothing for children, dance, and more contemporary styles. Canadian Museum of Civilization •
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Threads of the Land


Learn how the special clothing of the Inuit's has been a key to their survival in the extreme climates of their land. There are links at the bottom to learn about clothing for children, dance, and more contemporary styles.

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