Building a Kayak Part 1

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Xkay Aky
Xkay Aky - 4 years ago
exellent merci dany
Dionisio Pavese
Dionisio Pavese - 4 years ago
Aforismi rossanesi
Wheres-my Angels
Wheres-my Angels - 4 years ago
The best of ancient technology.
eye
eye - 4 years ago
modern technology create more issues than solving.
TheSnoopoff
TheSnoopoff - 4 years ago
Would be nice to know what they are talking about.
Raven
Raven - 4 years ago
Schönes Video!Danke füs Hochladen.
Gary Chynne
Gary Chynne - 4 years ago
my father was a policeman in labrador about 70 years ago. my dad said eskimos were beautiful people and he did not mean pretty. he said he never saw eskimo children cry because they were always with there mothers. i see what he meant now.
wonderful. thank yew gare
First Last
First Last - 4 years ago
does anybody recognize the type of rock on that beach?
Daniel Gorchev
Daniel Gorchev - 4 years ago
Bush Japs

10. comment for Building a Kayak Part 1

fullstrutn
fullstrutn - 4 years ago
That sure looks like a lot sturdier frame than Wally Cleavers ''mess' they built in the garage
Ba d Neighbour
Ba d Neighbour - 4 years ago
Would it not be made from whale bone in the past and not wood?
Eduard Ortega
Eduard Ortega - 4 years ago
WTF??? Como pueden comer pescado crudo................
mesagoat
mesagoat - 4 years ago
one of the most beautiful videos on all of YouTube, period.
thornwarbler
thornwarbler - 4 years ago
Wonderful .............thanks for ihis
David Sears
David Sears - 4 years ago
I've eaten WAY too much salmon sushi to not get hungry around the 30 minute mark....
TIMFO inc.
TIMFO inc. - 4 years ago
@12;43.. E-Ssi-Ghy-Mo said Hel-Re-Go ? It means that "Are You trying to do? Korean direct only used in the South Korea near yellow sea and Jeju island.
doncarlo5
doncarlo5 - 4 years ago
but fishing ...they are damn good at it ....
doncarlo5
doncarlo5 - 4 years ago
they don't know hammer .... using stone-tool ....hmmm.... stone age ....
Szabolcs Bazsika
Szabolcs Bazsika - 4 years ago
Egyáltalán vannak még Eszkimok?

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Szabolcs Bazsika
Szabolcs Bazsika - 4 years ago
Egyaltalan vannak még Eszkimok?
Viggo
Viggo - 4 years ago
lol
perry merrill
perry merrill - 4 years ago
define black seed cumin
perry merrill
perry merrill - 4 years ago
Google
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John Hsu
John Hsu - 4 years ago
it`s a perfect view of the humen history . thank you.
Rusty Martell
Rusty Martell - 4 years ago
Those are really cool knives that the women are using, wow. And people comment on how they eat the salmon raw.......think sushi!? It just comes with herbs and spices.
CHip Hailstone
CHip Hailstone - 3 years ago
Ulu......''Ooo-Loo'' , Womens Knifes.
Paul Teather
Paul Teather - 5 years ago
I studied the Netsilik people through an anthropological perspective, and feel it's safe to assume that the people in the film are Netsilik actors enlisted by the National Film Board of Canada for this production. Their background is truly a story of human hardiness honed through hundreds, and even thousands of years of practising the skills needed for survival in one of harshest environments on Earth. I also hand build kayaks in the Eastern Arctic design, but in cedar strip, epoxy, and fibreglasss and can appreciate the skill of the traditional craft.
shapur
shapur - 4 years ago
you can not act this kind of knowledge, since it takes many years of doing and experience to achieve the skill, with guidance..
Tusk Bilasimo
Tusk Bilasimo - 4 years ago
Looking at their hands I doubt they are actors, they bare witness to a rugged lifestyle
Shane K
Shane K - 5 years ago
I think these guys were the real deal, not actors, but there's no proof either way probably, it's still beautiful.
SpiritBear12
SpiritBear12 - 5 years ago
That's one patient mother, trying to sew a muckluck boot while her kid is climbing all over her at the same time.
AD Chong
AD Chong - 4 years ago
SpiritBear12 ,
SpiritBear12
SpiritBear12 - 4 years ago
+Shane K
LOL, I know, I sometimes bump into a few others I've seen before.
Shane K
Shane K - 4 years ago
That's cool, all the bazillions of videos and we watch the same ones.
SpiritBear12
SpiritBear12 - 4 years ago
+Shane K
Yep
Shane K
Shane K - 5 years ago
Don't I recognize you from Rick Gores channel? Hi
larrys92120
larrys92120 - 5 years ago
I wish you had put a translation in the video for those of that don't speak eskimo
sami14310
sami14310 - 4 years ago
larrys92120 it's probably not good for children to see the translation !
Paul TheSkeptic
Paul TheSkeptic - 5 years ago
Man, I just want to fly up there with some hammers and plumbobs and hacksaws and all manner of proper tools to give them and tell them that fish tastes a lot better when you cook it.
Bullfrogz100
Bullfrogz100 - 3 years ago
Why don't you mind your own business with your tools and your arrogance?
BRANN I
BRANN I - 4 years ago
thats how every tribe, race or people got ensnared in the SYSTEM. Within 1-2 generations people can go from being totally self reliant to not knowing their arse from their elbow. Its really quite upsetting actually.
Mathieu Trentesaux
Mathieu Trentesaux - 4 years ago
But you did, Paul! This film is 50 years old! They now live in the comfort and superiority of the no superstition you believe in. And maybe they have taken off that stupid smile they had in doing so amusing things at their ridiculously slow paces, so little rentable!
stau ffap
stau ffap - 4 years ago
It does have the disadvantage though, that as soon as you get hooked to western tools and forget the old way of doing things, then you will become dependant on our way of life. That way a lot of knowledge and tradition can be lost quite quickly and it's very likely, that they will become less and less self reliant. Sooner or later they will then be forced to take a job and become like us and then there will be no way back for them.
TeamDiscus
TeamDiscus - 5 years ago
You implied that you wanted to change their lifestyle by teaching them to cook the fish. Il take that as a joke, but still. It hinted an attitude.

Its true, nature is raw. And healthcare is good, for the one who can afford it. That is what we should have offered on “first contact”. Not to tell them that they're way of life is wrong, and that they're beliefs are wrong. They should have had the chance to make that decision themselves. Science is good. It helps us to understand our surroundings, how it works. But modern society is not “all harmony with nature and stories around the campfire” either. We are facing a lot of problems, which we happily ignore.
Paul TheSkeptic
Paul TheSkeptic - 5 years ago
+TeamDiscus Well, I never said that I wanted to fly up their with money and jobs and show them how to do that then buy a house with all the major modern appliances so they could be like Ozzie and Harriet. I would give them things that they'd, in all likelihood, already be familiar with and know how to use. And if not it's no big trick.

Also, there's a dark side to living such an isolated existence. They can die of easily preventable diseases or live with the pain of parasites. It's not all harmony with nature and stories around the campfire. The advantages of modernity are vast. Modern medicine alone gives us many more years. Modern science wakes us up from living with constant superstition.
TeamDiscus
TeamDiscus - 5 years ago
It sure would be handy, and comfortabel. What I mean is that “we” in “modern society” often view indigenous people as primitive and that they're life is a struggle and that “we” should help dem. And sure some modern tools would be usefull. But the fact is that these people are perfectly adapted to their environment, they use local materials, they hunt and fish for the amount of food they need (not more). They live in balance with their surroundings. Unlike us in modern society. What I mean is that, in reality, they do a better job at living on this earth than “we” do. They can make a masterpiece using rocks, why should they depend on hammers?
Paul TheSkeptic
Paul TheSkeptic - 5 years ago
+TeamDiscus Why? You like building things with rocks instead of hammers?
TeamDiscus
TeamDiscus - 5 years ago
That's just because you don't know any better.
Eric Feckner
Eric Feckner - 5 years ago
I was born in rong time,this is truly a amazing connection with nature and family, beautiful way of life!!!!!!as I sit typing on my smart phone, how sad is that!!
CHip Hailstone
CHip Hailstone - 3 years ago
Sell it, buy a grubstake and live free.. Possessions are a burden when you carry all of them. You dont need much to make a good living, be happy and healthy...

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