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Pictured: Missionaries camping with locals
Haunting photos of Inuit life captured by missionaries just years before they were wiped out by influenza have sold for £4,100.
The pictures reveal how the Inuit people managed to survive in the sub-arctic climate of Labrador, Canada with thick fur clothes.
Temperatures in the northern parts of the region could get as cold as -15 degrees in winter.
The Inuits survived in the harsh climate by hunting seals for food and using their skin for clothing.