A Medieval visor B Open skin boat crewed by women C Garment fashioned from the skin of a seal who am I?
The remains of an umiak
discovered among a recent acquisition at the University of Alaska Museum of the North have been dated at 1,000 years old, the oldest skin boat assembly in the Circumpolar North.
Fednav already operates the world s most powerful ice-breaking bulk carrier Umiak
I, which regularly has to contend with the most rugged Arctic conditions including hard packed shear ice and icebergs.
Also that year, Fednav's MV Umiak
I won the Bulk Ship of the Year award.
He joined a whaling crew, paddled his own umiak
, drove dog sleds.
Both the kayak and the umiak
were made of skin stretched over a frame carved from driftwood, bone or ivory.
Unfortunately, OOMIAC, OOMIACK, OOMIAK, UMIAC, UMIACK, UMIAK
, and UMIAQ all exist in our dictionary, so the user will have to know which one
They show how buildings relate to their social contexts, describing a church in early Jamaica, barns in Maryland, residences on the Crow Indian Reservation, and early 1900s hotels, explain the history of methods of understanding buildings, and move beyond buildings to commercial fishing architecture, Northern Umiak
shelter, and the snap of cereal places and the pop of crop art.
In them, you can look up words like igloo, umiak
, ulu, kayak, komatik, and muktuk; all Inuktitut words.
Agoshaman Ceribel, Umiak
Mahoupe and a friend known only as Anne -dubbed the Calthorpe Street Three -have been able to claim the freehold of the five-bedroomed home as it had not been registered under the Land Registration Act.
They will use canoes donated by Umiak
Outdoor Outfitters in Stowe to reach trash that is submerged.
Fednav already owns and operates two of the world's most powerful ice-breaking commercial vessels, the MV Arctic and the MV Umiak