Photograph: Woman breastfeeding a baby.
9 x 12
The photo shows a young woman sitting on the ground near the chum. She holds a swaddled baby lying in a wooden cradle to her breast. Infants were continuously in a cradle. They only were taken out for drying the underpads, for which soft polar fox, dog, or deer fur was used. The hygienic procedures were reduced to replacing the moss or mashed touchwood filled on the cradle’s bottom, and to replacing the “diapers.” Abstract by I.A. Karapetova
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