Things from the South

Inuit Art Quarterly - - FUTURES -

Tim Hor­ton’s cof­fee; brown sugar that we had in the old days; an ea­gle from the US; ice cream; a lol­lipop; the matches that we used long be­fore we had lighters; our favourite candy (liquorice and mint); a piece of pa­per; a black-and-white TV that we had for the first time; the CBC news; cof­fee; Ex­port “A” to­bacco; Play­ers to­bacco; jam; but­ter; Red Rose tea; tooth­paste; candy; a tod­dler chair; a lighter; a lit­tle toy we played with; sugar cubes; Car­na­tion milk pow­der; a base­ball; a base­ball bat; a hockey stick and a puck; a record player; a rib­bon; money; a candy cane for Christ­mas; cher­ries and can­dies shaped like fruit; bul­lets; pi­lot bis­cuits; a present; tof­fee; coins (a penny, nickel, dime and quar­ter); to­bacco; lit­tle gums that were in a pack­age; a pre­tend cigar made from candy; nails.

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