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Yup'ik (First Nations) Quyana (Thank You) Song Dance regalia at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location - From the curators' comments: "Yu'pik dancers dress to please their ancestors. During their midwinter ceremonies, they wear their finest fur parkas. This parka, decorated with glass beads, is made from several furs, including Arctic squirrel, land otter, wolf, and wolverine. Though the parka is relatively recently made, the style is an ancient one."

Yup'ik (First Nations) Quyana (Thank You) Song Dance regalia at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York location - From the curators' comments: "Yu'pik dancers dress to please their ancestors. During their midwinter ceremonies, they wear their finest fur parkas. This parka, decorated with glass beads, is made from several furs, including Arctic squirrel, land otter, wolf, and wolverine. Though the parka is relatively recently made, the style is an ancient one."

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finger mask inuit - Google Search

finger mask inuit - Google Search

Inuit-Yupik finger mask representing the moon, Alaska, bone and polar bear fur

Inuit-Yupik finger mask representing the moon, Alaska, bone and polar bear fur

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Inuit tradition seemed to influence with fur-lined hoods, leather ties and bold .

it's Cold Outside- Outerwear of the World

Sealskin parka and pants for warm, wet weather - Eastern Arctic Inuit: Nunatsiarmiut;