Photograph: Family are standing near the chum
17 x 11,3
The photo shows a young woman with her husband holding a small baby in her hands; they are standing near the chum tent. An Evenki family usually consisted of six to seven people. The youngest son after his marriage stayed with his parents, and the older sons left home for new chums, nomadizing not far from their father’s household. Relatives maintained strong ties, uniting for joint deer pasturing and hunting. Abstract by M.V. Fedorova
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