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Angyaaq—a traditional Alaskan Native boat building
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From 12/5-12/19, watch Dr. Sven Haakanson and others construct an Angyaaq—a traditional Alaskan Native boat that hasn’t been built in 150 years. All month long, visitors can see the Angyaaq, make paddle and boat ornaments, and purchase unique holiday gifts like a limited-edition Seahawks-inspired shirt made by Native artist Jeffrey Veregge. Shirts and their proceeds can also be donated to Seattle Children’s patients.

12/5/2015 to 12/19/2015
When: 12/5/2015
Where: 17th Ave NE & NE 45th St Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington  98105
United States
Presenter: The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
Contact: The Burke Museum
206-543-7907
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From 12/5-12/19, watch Dr. Sven Haakanson and others construct an Angyaaq—a traditional Alaskan Native boat that hasn’t been built in 150 years. All month long, visitors can see the Angyaaq, make paddle and boat ornaments, and purchase unique holiday gifts like a limited-edition Seahawks-inspired shirt made by Native artist Jeffrey Veregge. Shirts and their proceeds can also be donated to Seattle Children’s patients.

 

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