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In the recent past, polar bear hair was sewn into balls and used to attract fleas.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
The "winter air conditioner" was a convergence of five advanced technologies: oil burner, controls, fan, filter and humidifier.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Parents have made model kayaks for their children for many centuries. The models are similar in construction to full size kayaks.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
This 1930s historic artefact demonstrated the ingenuity of Canadian engineers to take common components and combine them into a unique portable heater.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Hair from Caribou (or Moose) are coloured (dyed), sewn and cut. Traditional art from for Athapakan Cultures.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
The popularization of automated central heating would await the arrival of the high-pressure, fuel-atomizing, gun-style, conversion oil burner.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Being able to screen print on garments allows many cultural concepts to be prominently displayed. Students have been able to learn more about Inuit personal names in their family from this process.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
This project will describe making a knife from the beginning to the end.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
Significant archaeological artifacts can be reproduced in small museums and schools. First a mold of an artifact is made and epoxy used to make the artifact.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
A compact coal-fired, cast iron hot water heater from the 1940s
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
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