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Jocko Carle and Basil Smith pitching a newly made birchbark canoe prior to launching ; from ''Building an Algonquin Birchbark Canoe'', photo Henri Vaillancourt 1980

Jocko Carle and Basil Smith pitching a newly made birchbark canoe prior to launching ; from ''Building an Algonquin Birchbark Canoe'', photo Henri Vaillancourt 1980

Tinted Canoes. Packing up the cottage and storing the canoes makes this time of year rather blue. #canoe,#cottage,#boating,#paddling,#abstract

Many of the early american people made canoes for traveling the Great Lakes of Michigan out of Birch Bark.

Birchbark Canoe

decorative sewing around the bow of a fur-trade birchbark canoe made by Henri Vaillancourt ;this sewing is sometimes painted in old canoes to highlight the pattern

birch bark canoe - Google Search Taking the bark off the birch trees.

My father and I will be building a birch bark canoe at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic for the month of October.

Pine pitch glue is the Super Glue of wilderness survival. It can be used to help secure arrowheads, spear points, or knife blades, it can be used to water-proof the inside of a basket, it can be us…

Pine pitch glue is the Super Glue of wilderness survival. It can be used to help secure arrowheads, spear points, or knife blades, it can be used to water-proof the inside of a basket, it can be us…

Ojibway Canoes, Roland W. Reed.

Ojibway [Ojibwa, Chippewa, Ojibwe, Anishinaabe & Chippewa ) Canoes - The Ojibwa are one of the largest groups of First Nations Peoples on the North American continent. There are Ojibwe communities in both Canada and the United States.

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