Highly detailed image of a pair of snowshoes. Snowshoes for winter travel were almost universal among Aboriginal people in Canada outside the Pacific and Arctic coasts. The Athapaskans of the West and Algonquians of the northeast made the most sophisticated snowshoes. Frames were generally made of durable, flexible ash wood, and lacing from deer, caribou and moose hide.
Block size: 1.5" wide by 2" high
Image size: 1.33" wide by 2" high
- Stock: Available
- Model: 1069-B