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The first Greenlanders from Ammassalik babtized by the Danish missionary Carl Rüttel on April 17 1899

No. 50
Photo: Carl Rüttel
© Arctic Institute

Tupaja, babtized Teresia, a young woman from Ammassalik 1905-06

No. 7690
Photo: W. Thalbitzer
© Arctic Institute

Summer tents near Ammassalik.
August 30 1904

No. 3683
Photo: Th. Krabbe
© Arctic Institute

The young Polar Eskimo Maniqssoq.
Thule, 1909

No. 45220
Photo: H.P. Steensby
© Arctic Institute

The old Polar Eskimo woman Qulé.
Thule 1909

No. 45209
Photo: H.P. Steensby
© Arctic Institute

Drum dance in Thule.

No. 43282
Photo: Erik Holtved
© Arctic Institute

Hunter with 11 seals on tow after kayak. Approx. 1910

No. 45157
Photo: Godthåbs Fotografiske Atelier, John Møller
© Arctic Institute

The hunter Ajukutoq and his family in front of their summer tent.
Ammassalik 1906

No. 7804
Photo: W. Thalbitzer
© Arctic Institute

Attiartertoq performing a drum dance and song in front of his tent. His daughter Teresia is sitting to the right and to the left is his wife.
Ammassalik 1906

No. 7672
Photo: W. Thalbitzer
© Arctic Institute

The two wives of Ajukutoq, to the left Eqetsuk and to the right Igimarajik, babtized Helena.
July 20 1906, Ammassalik

No. 7777
Photo: W. Thalbitzer
© Arctic Institute

Alaqasinaq with child in amaat (jacket with hood for carrying child).
Thule 1903

No. 48089
From the Danish Litterary Greenland Expedition
© Arctic Institute

Women cutting up seal.
Godthåb/Nuuk 1909

No. 30456
Heims Collection
© Arctic Institute

The Polar Eskimo Miteq
Thule, 1909

No. 45222
Photo: H.P. Steensby
© Arctic Institute

Itsukusuk and Kagssâluk in front of tent
Thule, 1909

No. 45217
Photo: H.P. Steensby
© Arctic Institute