File:Pipes, carved ivory, Southwest Alaska Eskimo (center), c. 1900, and Bering Strait Eskimo (bottom), early 1800s - Native American collection - Peabody Museum, Harvard University - DSC05639.JPG

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Pipes, carved ivory, Southwest Alaska Eskimo (center), c. 1900, and Bering Strait Eskimo (bottom), early 1800s. Exhibit from the Native American Collection, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Photography was permitted without restriction; exhibit is old enough so that it is in the public domain.

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