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May 03, 2008

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rdan

Ben,
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Dan

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Near the village is a cave in the rock, where the natives store meat for winter food. The entrance, which resembles a huge gothic window, during the summer can be reached by water only, the cliff being too steep to climb, even for a native thanks

edward Hailstone

Drilling is Sail Canvas. Heavy duty like the canvas Levis are made from. They made summer cloths and other articals from it

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The most remarkable feature of the island is the village, composed of winter-houses, excavated in the side of the cliffs, and summer-houses, made of walrus-skins, stretched on poles, secured to the rocks outside. This village, which contains about forty houses, is built on a part of the cliff which rises from the sea at an angle of about forty-five.

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