Jan Hanák

Jan Hanák

Náčelník ;-) Předseda LK.Kroměříž vicemistr ELL 2010 za tým Crystals mistr ELL 2011 za tým Bats mistr Kich 2011 za tým LAXparty mistr MIL 2013 za tým Glad
Jan Hanák
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Ojibwe Longnose Hunting Canoe

Ojibwe Longnose Hunting Canoe

birch bark canoe - Google Search

birch bark canoe - Google Search

-Canoes and kayaks were used by the Native Americans to travel across open waters. - a potlatch was a ceremony in which a person of high rank and wealth distributes lavish gifts to a large number of guests. -Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca were the 5 Iroquois groups to make up the Iroquois League.

-Canoes and kayaks were used by the Native Americans to travel across open waters. - a potlatch was a ceremony in which a person of high rank and wealth distributes lavish gifts to a large number of guests. -Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca were the 5 Iroquois groups to make up the Iroquois League.

Build Your Own 14 foot Cedar Strip Canoe - page 2 photo:

Build Your Own 14 foot Cedar Strip Canoe - page 2 photo:

Disegno del Baidarka

Disegno del Baidarka

tumpline - Google Search

tumpline - Google Search

Jocko Carle pounding the ribs into the hull of a new birchbark canoe. Eastern birchbark canoes are reinforced with a complete system of ribs and planking ; some western Canadian and Alaskan birchbark canoes were built with a light rib and batten construction , not unlike the Eskimo kayak ; from ''Building an Algonquin Birchbark Canoe '' ; photo Henri Vaillancourt ; Maniwaki Quebec 1980.

Jocko Carle pounding the ribs into the hull of a new birchbark canoe. Eastern birchbark canoes are reinforced with a complete system of ribs and planking ; some western Canadian and Alaskan birchbark canoes were built with a light rib and batten construction , not unlike the Eskimo kayak ; from ''Building an Algonquin Birchbark Canoe '' ; photo Henri Vaillancourt ; Maniwaki Quebec 1980.

Birch Bark Canoe Building with Ray Mears and Pinock Smith – Day 6

Birch Bark Canoe Building with Ray Mears and Pinock Smith – Day 6

Tribal members work together to craft a birch bark canoe, courtesy of Penobscot Indian Nation.

Tribal members work together to craft a birch bark canoe, courtesy of Penobscot Indian Nation.