[Noanighok, mother of William Kakolak.].

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    1976-086 NPC
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    Coppermine, N.W.T., [Kugluktuk (formerly Coppermine), Nunavut],
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    1 photograph ; 95 x 65 mm
    Negative Film B/W - safety film
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    Inuit woman uses an ulu (knife) to eat frozen caribou meat (Information assigned in 2000).
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    Title of the photograph in square brackets is based on information provided by Project Naming. This project brings Youth and Elders in Nunavut to work together to identify and record the names of people in photographs held at Library and Archives Canada.
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    Coppermine trip
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    1976-086 NPC
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    Credit: Richard Harrington / Library and Archives Canada / PA-143915
    Restrictions on use: Item may be copied for research or private use only (September 2003). For further information contact National Archives of Canada.
    Copyright: For items photographed before January 1, 1949, copyright is expired.

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