birch bark

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a canoe made with the bark of a birch tree

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Part of what made it so difficult to date was the material it was written on - those dozens of birch bark leaves comprising the fragile paper came from three different time periods, according to (http://www.
Birch bark contains methyl salicylate, known as oil of wintergreen, which is a combination of salicylic acid (aspirin) and methanol.
The subsequent flight from Ottawa to Calgary was about four hours long and it gave me ample time to contemplate why Pierre's birch bark canoe was so significant to me.
Evoking the passage of time, the scrolls are fragile and brittle, resembling birch bark or ancient parchment and yet, being ceramic, they have the permanence of stone.
com)-- Fine artist Jeff Cornelius is in the process of a successful Kickstarter campaign offering natural birch bark creations with images of birds, wildlife landscapes and whatever a supporter desires.
The trail begins in a meadow of wildflowers but soon climbs through a maple and birch forest that reminds me of those mainstays of northern souvenir shops, maple syrup and birch bark canoes.
Program Birch bark basketry, presented by Elaine Moe, 2 p.
This time of year, the birch bark turns a shade lighter.
Letter of Announcement: Force intends to enter into an agreement with SARA duodji Karen Berit Sara Nedrejord to purchase socks / maps anchor for use in extremely cold weather of felted wool ("map anchor") and insoles of felted wool with birch bark ("ullneversENler").
The officials say fifth- sixth century Gilgit manuscripts, written on birch bark, have also been damaged.
The antiviral effect of a triterpene extract of birch bark and its major pentacyclic triterpenes, i.
During the regatta, he presented the Timoteo, langoustines with artichokes smoked in birch bark with zucchini and tomatoes.
This year Adrian and two researchers went to Siberia to see where his father ended up surviving by eating birch bark and butterflies in 1941.
The white coloring of paper birch bark helps make up for its lack of insulating thickness by reflecting sunlight and reducing the potential for damage.
Jim Northrup is a journalist, poet, ex-Marine, birch bark basket maker, and member of the Fond du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa, in no particular order.