By Pamela R. Stern
This wide-ranging therapy of way of life within the modern Inuit groups of Alaska, Canada, and Greenland unearths the very glossy methods of being Inuit.
• features a chronology of significant cultural and political occasions from the peopling of the North American Arctic to the present
• offers modern and historic photos of individuals, locations, and actions mentioned within the text
• deals a thesaurus of key sociological and Inuktitut terms
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