The Fan Hitch   Volume 18, Number 2, March 2016

          Journal of the Inuit Sled Dog                                    
In This Issue....

From the Editor: A Kaleidoscope of Activity


Is there a vet in the house?


The Sledge Patrol update


In Search of John Flick

My Life with Dogs

Canadian Inuit Dogs I have owned, raised and trained:
a photo essay; Part 2


Inuk VOD Release

From the NFB Archives: How to Build an Igloo

Film Review: People of a Feather

IMHO: What Do You See?

Navigating This Site

Index of articles by subject

Index of back issues by volume number

Search The Fan Hitch


Articles to download and print

Ordering Ken MacRury's Thesis

Our comprehensive list of resources

Defining the Inuit Dog


Talk to The Fan Hitch

The Fan Hitch home page

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                                                             Screen capture: D. Wilkinson/NFB

How to Build an Igloo

Here’s a blast from the past, a ten-and-a-half minute archival documentary courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). In 1949 renown photographer Douglas Wilkinson captured all the details of building an igloo, from snow selection to the interior “furnishings”, creating a warm and comfortable shelter. The result is How to Build an Igloo.

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