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Grenfell-style Hooked Rug. | Lot 302 | Auction 3022M | Sold for $2,214

Grenfell-style Hooked Rug, Cooperative D'Arts Domestiques du Quebec, early century, composed of bleached and dyed cotton depicting a dog sle

Dr. Grenfell and his sled dogs at The Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony, Newfoundland

Grenfell and his sled dogs at The Grenfell Interpretation Centre, St. Anthony, Newfoundland, my mom worked for him in the Dorothy Rowbottom.

Eskimo Dog Team on Trail,Hopedale,Labrador,Keystone Magic Lantern Glass Slide

Eskimo Dog Team on Trail,Hopedale,Labrador,Keystone Magic Lantern Glass Slide

1907 Print Nain Newfoundland Labrador Canada Moravian Mission Church XGNC3

This is an original 1907 black and white halftone print of Nain or Naina which is the northernmost town in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Stamp: Husky (Canis lupus familiaris) Team (Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT)) (Era of the husky) Mi:AQ 225,Yt:AQ 222

Stamp: Husky (Canis lupus familiaris) Team (Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT)) (Era of the husky) Mi:AQ 222

Stamps celebrating the Era of the Husky are now on sale. Huskies were first used in Antarctica by the British Antarctic Expedition in 1898–1900. Little more than a decade later, Douglas Mawson used huskies during his 1911–14 Australasian Antarctic Expedition. In 1954, when Australia established its first permanent Antarctic station at Mawson, huskies were introduced to the Australian territory. http://auspo.st/1rU0gRQ. #stampcollecting

Stamp: Husky (Canis lupus familiaris) Team (Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT)) (Era of the husky) Mi:AQ 221

BRITISH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY

Stamp: Dog team near Ablation Point, George VI Sound (British Antarctic Territory (BAT)) (Graham Land Expedition Anniversary) Mi:GB-AT 124

Another picture from Stackleton's expedition. more from http://www.shahidulnews.com/ernest-shackletons-failed-expedition-to-south-pole

Ernest Shackleton’s failed expedition to South Pole