To Please the Caribou: Painted Caribou-Skin Coats Worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and Cree Hunters of the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula OUT OF PRINT

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To Please the Caribou: Painted Caribou-Skin Coats Worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and Cree Hunters of the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula is based on extensive research by textile scholar Dorothy Burnham. She examines museum collections that hold traditional caribou-hide coats made by the Cree and Innu of Quebec and Labrador. The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto holds a collection of fourteen coats, and museums around the world hold 136 coats. These coats were made by Native women from 1700 to about the 1930s.

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