Arctic and the Circumpolar Region
North Atlantic, Canada, northern Sweden, Norway & Finland, northeast Russia, Greenland, Iceland & Svalbard.
The Museum of Ethnography has at its disposal extensive collections from the Inuit people (Eskimos), not only from Greenland but also from Alaska. In particular, the Inuit collections from Alaska have been published in various scientific contexts. The objects were collected during the Vega Expedition when the vessel Vega dropped anchor in Port Clarence, Alaska.
Read more about it on our website Färden med Vega (Journey with Vega), which tells of Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld's journey through the Northeast Passage in 1878-1880.