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18; Peary 1898:2:431–432), and Steensby (1910:figs. 1, 2) treats them as aboriginal. However, gut (versus ice) window panels and skin linings tacked up inside the main chamber probably postdate the 1856 contact with Baffin Islanders (cf. Boas 1888:541–542, figs. 492–493; Holtved 1967:31; cf. Kroeber 1900:271). F IGURE 18 Snow house constructed for Robert E. Peary, in design more like Baffin Island Eskimo snow houses than traditional Polar Eskimo examples. From Peary 1898:2:427. , fig. 9). In Greenlandic communal houses, as many as three adults and six to seven children could occupy a cubicle four feet wide, although the average was four people (Holm 1914:37; Nansen 1894:79).
17 Kaalund also illustrates a house mask (representing tutelary spirits) that East Greenlanders placed on the wall of a dwelling to prevent strangers from seeing household members when they entered (Kaalund 1983:56–57). Moreover, among some Greenland Eskimos a raven skin—complete with head, beak, and claws— might be attached to a house wall or tent to ensure good hunting or to protect against sorcery (Kaalund 1983:19). 30 ESKIMO ARCHITECTURE Still other Greenlandic beliefs associated with housing centered around death.
From Ross 1835a:248 ff. CHAPTER 2—CENTRAL ARCTIC 35 WINTER HOUSES LABRADOR ESKIMO STONE COMMUNAL HOUSES F IGURE 39 Idealized Labrador Eskimo winter stone communal house. The hip roof (bottom) and skylight (top, and dashed line, bottom) are features distinct from Greenlandic houses. After Hutton 1912:40 ff, 308 ff, 314 ff; Taylor 1984:ﬁgs. 5–6. Reinhardt and Lee 1997:1803, courtesy of Cambridge University Press. 36 During the historic era Labrador Eskimos constructed a turf-covered, semisubterranean stone (or wood) communal house (iglu or igluqsuaq) of moderate capacity (fig.