inflatable vessel (including rowing boats and canoes)
The indian peel the bark from tree to make canoe.
The Indian peals the bark from tree to make canoe
They smiled at him and directed him to board a birchbark canoe.
Standing in the sharply pointed bow, he gazed at the endless expanse of flowing ice, up and down the length of the river.
A small boat resembling a kayak, consisting of rubberized canvas stretched over a collapsible frame.
The lissome birchbark canoe seemed to be a fish, so easily did it cut through the rolling black waves and ranks of ice.
with a sea-lion skin stretched tautly over it and waterproofed with whale fat,
a canoe made with the bark of a birch tree.
The Indians peeled the bark from birch trees to make canoes.
Systemic scleroderma combined with left navicular and lunare necrosis:case report
We found strands of matching fur embedded in her wrists in the scaphoid and the lunate.
Students have no choice But to mug up on it if they want to progress further.
a small canoe consisting of a light frame made watertight with animal skins; used by Eskimos.
small American birch with peeling white bark often worked into e.g. baskets or toy canoes.
The area can be seen by car, bike , canoe, kayak or on foot.
Analysis of the effects of prevention and intervention on outbreak of dermatosis in boat bridge engineering corps during military training
The boy in the bow of my canoe slapped stones at birds with a simple sling, a rubber thong and leather pad.