essay on The Permanent Houses and Huts of the Esquimaux, Labrador, Canada, 1844

in Northern Canada, from Labrador to Prince William's Sound and the Melville Peninsula
not applicable
Client or Owner: 
houses owned by the Esquimaux native people
Type of Content: 
lengthy and detailed description by Richard King, M.D. of unique house forms including houses made of bones, snow-houses (igloos), and driftwood houses
Length of Article: 
2,600 w.
The Builder, Vol. 2, 3 February 1844, p. 52-53
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