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Ojibwe Birch Bark Canoe


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Ojibwe birch bark canoe with attribution to Bill Haffeman in Big Fork, Minnesota. Bill had many apprentices and this canoe was done by one of them in the 1970s. Didn't find his name but he was head of the American Canoe Association for a while and prominent in the community. He was one of the best of Bill's apprentices. This one has been in the water.

PERIOD: Mid 20th Century

ORIGIN: Northeast - Ojibwe, Native American

SIZE: 13'6" x 34" x 15"

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