Negative:: Summer chum
Nenets: forest Nenets
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region, Purovsky district, camp
2,4 x 3,6
In the past, summer covers for a dwelling place were made of sheets of birch bark, which was stocked up in summer. The birch bark was boiled for one day in advance to make it elastic and strong, then folded in two or three layers and sewn together to make large sheets. Up to five birch bark sheets were needed for on chum. Currently, deer herdsmen use tarpaulin covers in summer camping grounds. Abstract by I.A. Karapetova
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