Model of a kayak with prominent upturned ends that are distinctive of Inuvialuit kayaks. The frame is made from wood, and the cover is made from several pieces of hide stretched over the frame and stitched together. Three blue glass beads are attached to a seam that runs lengthwise along the deck. Deck lashings made from sinew for holding hunting implements are attached fore and aft of the cockpit. Two wooden implements are held by the foredeck lashings. These may represent sticks that were used to retrieve items stored inside the kayak.
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