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Eastern Cree-style Birch Bark Canoe

Discussion in 'Canoe Photo Index' started by beaver, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. beaver

    beaver Birchbark CanoeingBuilder

    The "Eastern Cree" canoe as defined by Adney & Chapelle, was used not only by the people who are referred to as Eastern Cree, but also by the Montaganais and Naskapi. It was, in other words, the canoe common to all the Indians of the Labrador-Ungava peninsula.

    http://beaversss-beaverbarkcanoes.blogspot.com/2011/08/crooked-canoe.html

    I have recently built and paddled a Cree-style canoe with a moderate rocker: length....15' 4" width....34" depth...13"


    Sylvania Inukshuk Aug,11 004.jpg
     
  2. chris pearson

    chris pearson Michigan Canoe Nut

    Ferdy,
    Beautiful as usual, work of art.
     
  3. Denis M. Kallery

    Denis M. Kallery Passed Away July 3, 2012 In Memoriam

    Some day, Ferd some day!
    Denis
     

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