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Building a Chippewa Indian birchbark canoe

Robert Eugene Ritzenthaler

Building a Chippewa Indian birchbark canoe

by Robert Eugene Ritzenthaler

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Milwaukee Public Museum in [Milwaukee, Wis.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wisconsin.,
  • Wisconsin
    • Subjects:
    • Ojibwa Indians -- Boats,
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Wisconsin,
    • Indians of North America -- Wisconsin -- Boats

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 42.

      StatementRobert E. Ritzenthaler.
      ContributionsMilwaukee Public Museum.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.C6 R585 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination42 p. :
      Number of Pages42
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2857989M
      ISBN 100893260851
      LC Control Number84020630
      OCLC/WorldCa11236116

      You can build your own CHIPPEWA canoe using either the fiberglass planking method (C-FLEX), or by using a series of thin wood veneers laid diagonally athwartship in multiple layers. Each construction method is fully detailed on the plans with specific step-by-step instructions. An Abnaki Man Building a Canoe in Houlton, Maine ; A Seminole Indian Spearing a Garfish From a Dugout, Florida; Birch Bark Canoe Belonging To Monroe Killy; Birch Bark Canoes, Cass Lake; Building a Birch Bark Canoe at a Chippewa Camp (a) Building a Birch Bark Canoe at a Chippewa Camp (b) Building a Birch Bark Canoe at a Chippewa Camp (c).

      The detailed CONSTRUCTION page of this website is potentially a useful resource for persons who would like to learn birchbark canoe building in the way that Wayne practiced it in the fall of The goal is not to create a canoe as a symbol of the past, but to re-establish canoe-making as a vibrant and meaningful activity in the present.   Canoe Builders Marvin Defoe, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, and Jeff Savage, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, confer over the birchbark canoe they were building in the Potomac Atrium of the National Museum of the American Indian. (Photo by Katherine Fogden) That was 32 years, and 45 canoes, : Kara Briggs.

      Cite this Record. Building a Chippewa Indian Birchbark Canoe. Robert E Ritzenthaler. Milwaukee Public Museum. (tDAR id: ). - Canoe building, Oak Point, Lake of the Woods, - Canoe building, Oak Point, Lake of the Woods, Native American Music Native American Photos American Indians Canoe Pictures Native American Photography Dugout Canoe Canoe And Kayak Birch Bark First Nations. Building birch bark canoe at a Chippewa camp,


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Bibliographic information. Publication date Build the stem pieces and place them at the ends of the canoe. The photo on the right was taken by Ferdy Goode who restores Ojibwa birchbark canoes. The canoe in question may be years old. The building of a Chippewa Indian birch-bark canoe.

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The building of a Chippewa Indian birch-bark canoe. [Robert E Ritzenthaler]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 42 pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Part I. The birchbark canoe in America --Part uction of the Chippewa Canoe --Digging Jack Pine roots for sewing elements --Gathering Birch Bark --Gathering White Cedar for ribs, prows and gunwales --Splitting Pine roots for sewing elements --Shaping ribs and making prow.

This one is an out-of-print Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee () entitled The Building of a Chippewa Indian Birch-Bark Canoe by Robert E. Ritzenthaler. I've seen it referenced in other books before but could never get my hands on it.

One Native American working to keep the art alive is Ron Paquin, a self-taught artist and elder of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Sault Ste.

Marie, Michigan. Paquin’s mastery of birch bark canoe making earned him a Michigan Heritage Award from the Michigan State University Museum’s Michigan Traditional Arts Program. I've read Gidmark's book on birchbark canoe building, and he advises using a single piece of birchbark (if I recall correctly).

This is a tough piece of material to come up with anywhere today. My friend, Ray Boesell builds (hundreds) birchbark canoes using the methods his wife's grandfather developed. These canoes had high ends and sides so that even in rough or choppy water, the water did not come in easily.

Birch-bark canoes were very strong, but they were light enough to be carried on land. The Chippewa Indians organized themselves into groups called “bands,” which were named after the area in. YouTube Premium. Get YouTube without the ads.

The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is. In Robert Ritzenthalers' book, Building a Chippewa Indian Birchbark Canoe, he writes in great detail that structural members of the birchbark canoe were almost always made from white cedar.

The members of the canoe such as gunwales ribs and sheathing are ordinarily made from straight-grain cedar. The Hardcover of the Building a Chippewa Indian Birchbark Canoe by Robert E. Ritzenhaler at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: I built a birchbark canoe in It was a great adventure and I want to share with you how I did it.

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