Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object

Last changed on Wed, 07/28/2021 - 13:37
Sugpiaq Woman Doll 1.jpg
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Sugpiaq woman doll with a carved wooden face and a beaded headdress.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Created by Ron Lind and donated to Chugachmiut around 2015, this seal stomach bag features a seal fur handle and an ornamental wooden seal head stopper.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Sugpiaq man doll with a wooden face.
Model Qayaq 1 (1).jpg
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Loaned to Chugachmiut by Jim Ujoka, this model qayaq reflects the construction and artistry of a traditional Alaskan qayaq.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Paluwik
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Wooden mask with feathers and wooden hands and feet carved by Bill Meganack of Port Graham. Purchased in 2019.
deerhoofrattle.jpg
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Created by Kari Brookover using deer hooves, this rattle is modeled off of traditional puffin beak rattles in the Chugach region.
ravenmask.jpg
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Created by Kari Brookover as an example mask, this paper mask serves as a model for a classroom lesson/activity building raven masks. The raven is a powerful animal in Sugpiaq tradition with many stories associated with it.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
This spinning contraption is used to spin stars during Russian Christmas celebrations.
sugpiaqmask.jpg
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Created by Kari Brookover out of cardboard for the Celebrations Heritage Kit, this mask is modeled off of historic Sugpiaq masks.
smallsewingkit1.jpg
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Artist Unknown. This leather sewing kit models traditional mobile sewing kits from around the Chugach Region