In the Old House you will also find an exhibition on the hunting and transport equipment of the Thule culture. The present-day Greenlandic population are direct descendants of the Thule people who migrated to North Greenland from Alaska and Canada around AD 1200. Contrary to the earlier Saqqaq and Dorset cultures, the Thule culture commanded a technology that made them less vulnerable to movements and variations of marine and other animals. Umiaq, kayak and dog sledge made it possible for the Thule people to move according to hunting possibilities and to transport the catch home across large distances. The exhibition includes a fully equipped West Greenlandic dog sledge and hunting gear.