inuit tattoo http://pinterest.com/treypeezy http://twitter.com/TreyPeezy http://instagram.com/treypeezydot http://OceanviewBLVD.com... Inuit tattoos used to be sewn on with a needle made from a bone from a caribou leg and soot.
July, 1959 Inuit boy at Anaktuvuk Pass, which belongs to the last of Alaska& nomads - descendants of prehistoric immigrants from Asia. He plays with a caribou-hide face, a toy counterpart of tribal spirit masks. Wolverine fur fringes the parka.
Format of original: glass negative : bw ; x Photographer/Illustrator: Lomen Brothers, Nome, Alaska Remarks: Studio portrait. Hair braided, and baby asleep on her back. Subject(s): Inuit - Children / Inuit - Clothing / Inuit - Personalities / Inuit