Ce canot d’écorce de bouleau a été construit par un artisan autochtone vivant dans le nord de l’Ontario. Allan Barrett de Cowansville achète le canot en 1934.




This birch bark canoe was made by a First Nations craftsman in Northern Ontario. It was purchased by Allan Barrett of Cowansville in 1934 while he was on a fishing trip.

Le canot d'écorce de bouleau / Birch Bark Canoe

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