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We continue to produce events and special projects while we explore where the on-site journalism goes next. While we paused regular publication of the site on September 15, , and transitioned some of our coverage to Oceans Deeply, we are happy to serve as an ongoing public resource on the Arctic. Even though she lives farther south now, she still considers herself a Thule person. I arrived at a modern house on the edge of town.
First, we ate tingulaat, a mix of boiled cod livers, angelica a robust green plant that grows locally and crowberries — black and ripe. Next came the caribou soup — tuttu-suppa — made with meat from a caribou Tuku had hunted with her father the weekend before. As the hours passed, I began to see that the house, despite its crisp new-build feel, was filled with stories from the land.
After a dessert of pie from the bakery, we pulled the traditional clothing out of the storage room. Next, Tuku draped a beaded shawl that her mother had worn for her wedding over her shoulders. It was after 10 p. Intricate piecing gives the garment its shape, including the hood built to hold a small child. The red kamiit long boots are a West Greenlandic style appropriate for married women.
They had been made for Makka by her grandmother, who was well known for her sewing. The clothing itself is two decades old, but the technology goes back hundreds of years. I spent the next few days going from introduction to introduction around town, with Tuku working as my interpreter. Read the rest of the Meet the North series. Follow her northern adventures on Instagram. Ensure that you include a line of our HTML tracking code on every article you republish.