Portrait of Inuit group
Inglefield's 1854 expedition to the Arctic on HMS 'Phoenix' to provide supplies for the Belcher expedition. An elderly Inuit woman with two Inuit men, standing, in outdoor clothing made from seal skin. One man has toggles made from ivory. The elderly woman is also featured in image G04269. There is some masking paper on the emulsion side of the negative.
Edward Augustus Inglefield
- Image reference: G04270
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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