Nepachee, an Inuit woman is stretching a seal skin on a frame. She is sitting outside on or near a beach with cut timber in the background. She is wearing a white woolen coat and a yellow kerchief.

“Nepachee stretching a seal skin on a frame.” C. 1961. Cape Dorset, N.W.T. [Cape Dorset (Kingnait), Nunavut]. Rosemary Gilliat. Library and Archives Canada, e010799803. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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