birchbark


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Noun1.birchbark - a canoe made with the bark of a birch treebirchbark - a canoe made with the bark of a birch tree
canoe - small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
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The baskets made by Alaska Natives are commonly constructed of birchbark or cedar, beach grass, dried grass, spruce or willow root and baleen.
A birchbark canoe, made by Algonquin Elder William Commanda and presented to the Friends of Gatineau Park by the Waddell family, is now part of the National Capital Commission's Gatineau Park Visitor Centre.
The names of the Alberta schools along with the names of the residential schools have been engraved in the base of the birchbark canoe, which will be a hanging installation in the Faculty of Native Studies.
Now the owner of Birchbark Books, an independent bookstore in Minneapolis, Erdrich continues to add layers upon layers to her fiction.
Wendie Jones's multi-coloured, detailed works are cheering, and Paul Bark's oil paintings on birchbark are also unusual and stand out.
A beautiful birchbark canoe that he made especially for Franklin is still on display at the Visitor Center at Roosevelt Campobello International Park.
Learn how they make dry-fish and birchbark baskets.
Essays explore such aspects as medical humor in Four Souls, trickster narratives of the New World, real names and names that fool the dead, her story of the American frontier in The Birchbark House and The Game of Silence, dialogic encounters in The Antelope Wife and The Last Report on the Miracles as Little No Horse, female resistance and European/American women in Four Souls, and Mary Kaskpaw as a tribute to moral beauty.
Readers of Louise Erdrich's books The Birchbark House and The Game of Silence will be thrilled to once again spend time with the Ojibway tribe in northern Minnesota.
3 cm (10 G inches) in height, the bucket's style is Slavic Revival, its shape emulating one of the square birchbark buckets made by peasants, and its rim and handles adapting floral and lucky bird motifs from Russian manuscripts and enamels of the 1600s.
May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Fans of American history have an incredible opportunity to bid on or purchase an original 1881 Chippewa birchbark canoe (http://www.
Woodberry's dinnerware and accessories features white glazed ceramic pieces with hand-painted themes reminiscent of birchbark and woodland flora.