Arctic cotton, a plant common in tundra regions over much of the far north. The most common method of producing fire was a bow drill in which a 'bit' of hard wood was rotated very rapidly on a hearth of soft wood. The tinder used to catch the ember thus produced often consisted of tassels of Arctic cotton. Culture: Eskimo. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Eskimo Museum, Churchill, Canada . Location: 11.
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