|Date of Issue
||September 13, 1979
|Perforation or Dimension
|Series Time Span
Mint - Never Hinged - Very Fine
Used - Very Fine
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Thirty years ago, most Inuit pursued what to southerners seemed an exotic life. Today, the northern peoples have adopted everything from T.V. to the alarm clock. The Inuit east of the Mackenzie River Delta generally used to dwell in tents during the summer. A tent consisted of hides stretched over a frame of bones or driftwood. The Inuit Shelter/Community stamps were designed by Reinhard Derreth of Vancouver and feature works of art by Inuit artists. The print "Summer Tent" is by Kiakshuk of Cape Dorset.
Based on a stonecut print by Kiakshuk Designed by Reinhard Derreth
Kiakshuk, "Summer Tent", 1960 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
Canada. Post Office Department. [Postage Stamp Press Release], 1979.
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