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In the ninetenth century, American and European traders collected Alutiiq objects, sending items to museums around the world. There are pieces of Alutiiq heritage stored in places like New England, California, Russia, France, Great Britian, Finland, and Germany. We are working to reunite Alutiiq people with these pieces. We are bringing information homes so that items can one day travel to Kodiak.

In the ninetenth century, American and European traders collected Alutiiq objects, sending items to museums around the world. There are pieces of Alutiiq heritage stored in places like New England, California, Russia, France, Great Britian, Finland, and Germany. We are working to reunite Alutiiq people with these pieces. We are bringing information homes so that items can one day travel to Kodiak.

inuit mask, thungak, spirit that lingers in water and scares people

inuit mask, thungak, spirit that lingers in water and scares people

Masks of my Ancestors: The Château-Musée de Boulogne-sur-Mer has an exceptional collection of Alutiiq Sugpiaq ceremonial masks and objects acquired by Alphonse Pinart (French Explorer), in 1875 in the Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska. Normally, the Natives would burn the masks upon completion of the ceremony. That any survived is quite remarkable.

Masks of my Ancestors: The Château-Musée de Boulogne-sur-Mer has an exceptional collection of Alutiiq Sugpiaq ceremonial masks and objects acquired by Alphonse Pinart (French Explorer), in 1875 in the Kodiak Archipelago, Alaska. Normally, the Natives would burn the masks upon completion of the ceremony. That any survived is quite remarkable.

OBJECT #	   	1.2E1241  OBJECT NAME	   	Mask  CULTURE OF ORIGIN	   	Yup'ik  MATERIALS	   	Wood, Carved, Twine, Cotton, Feathers, Quills, Painted, Blue, White, Red, Black  DIMENSIONS	   	H: 18.0 cm, L: 32.0 cm, W: 17.0 cm  SOURCE	   	Museum of History and Industry  CREDIT	   	Gift of Museum of History and Industry

OBJECT # 1.2E1241 OBJECT NAME Mask CULTURE OF ORIGIN Yup'ik MATERIALS Wood, Carved, Twine, Cotton, Feathers, Quills, Painted, Blue, White, Red, Black DIMENSIONS H: 18.0 cm, L: 32.0 cm, W: 17.0 cm SOURCE Museum of History and Industry CREDIT Gift of Museum of History and Industry

Yup'ik Mask, UBC Museum of Anthropology, Walter C. Koerner Collection  Measurements Overall: 43 cm x 41 cm x 13.8 cm  Object Number A2.579

Yup'ik Mask, UBC Museum of Anthropology, Walter C. Koerner Collection Measurements Overall: 43 cm x 41 cm x 13.8 cm Object Number A2.579

Central Yup'ik Alaska Mask | Collection Online | Museum of Anthropology at UBC

Central Yup'ik Alaska Mask | Collection Online | Museum of Anthropology at UBC

Mask, Object #4539, Yup'ik, Goodnews Bay, Collected by E.M. Blackwell, Burke Museum

Mask, Object #4539, Yup'ik, Goodnews Bay, Collected by E.M. Blackwell, Burke Museum

North Wind Mask (Negafok), early 20th century, Yup'ik people of Alaska

North Wind Mask (Negafok), early 20th century, Yup'ik people of Alaska

Canada: distribution of North American peoples and cultures | Encyclopedia Britannica

Canada: distribution of North American peoples and cultures | Encyclopedia Britannica

An Okvik ivory figure, St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast,  circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D.  This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island's inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region's pre-historic art.

An Okvik ivory figure, St. Laurence Island, Northwest Coast, circa 200 B.C. - 100 A.D. This figure is a fine example of the Okvik culture, which flourished between 250 B.C. and 100 A.D. on St. Lawrence Island. Objects made by the Okvik were first discovered by the island's inhabitants in the 1920s, and then again in the 1930s during excavation work. They are considered to be the masterpieces of the region's pre-historic art.

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