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" ... northern hole they screen from the sun by a bank of snow about four feet in height, raised in a semi-circle round its southern edge, and form another similar bank on the north side of the southern hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays... "
Journal of a voyage from Okkak, on the coast of Labrador, to Ungava Bay ... - Page 29
by Benjamin Gottlieb Kohlmeister, George Kmoch - 1814 - 83 pages
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 3; Volume 21

William Hendry Stowell - 1815
...hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down with his face close to the northern aperture, beneath which the water is strongly illuminated by the sun beams entering at the southern. In his left hand he holds a red string with which he plays in the...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 3

1815
...such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down with his faee close to the northern aperture, beneath which the water is strongly illuminated by the sun beams entering at the southern. In his left band he hold* a red string with which he plays in the...
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The Moravians in Labrador

Eskimos - 1835 - 324 pages
...hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down, with his face close to the northern aperture, beneath...right, a spear ready to strike them as they approach; and in this manner, they soon take as many asthey want. The trout on this coast are from twelve to...
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The Moravians in Labrador

Eskimos - 1835 - 324 pages
...hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down, with his face close to the northern aperture, beneath...the sunbeams entering at the southern. In his left band he holds a red string, with which he plays in the water to allure the fish, and in his right,...
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The works of Thomas Chalmers, Volume 12

Thomas Chalmers - 1836
...hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down with his face close to the northern aperture, beneath...this manner they soon take as many as they want." — p. 28. At Nachvak they had frequent opportunities of converse with the natives, and we know of...
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Miscellanies; embracing reviews, essays, and addresses

Thomas Chalmers - 1851
...hole, sloped in such a manner as to reflect the rays of the sun into it. The Esquimaux then lies down with his face close to the northern aperture, beneath...this manner they soon take as many as they want." — p. 28. At Nachvafc they had frequent opportunities of converse with the natives, and we know of...
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