Origin of Inuit
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She modeled her lightweight, 11-inch-tall, moose-hide Klondike after the footwear their Inuit friends wore.
Many Inuit parents see arguing with children as silly and a waste of time, interpreter Elizabeth Tegumiar explained further.
While staying with an Inuit family in a village above the Arctic Circle, I never once saw an adult argue with a child.
Part memoir, part Inuit folklore, it’s been called “magic realism,” and that’s probably not an accurate label either, but it’s as close as one can get to a traditional name for this narrative of a girl growing up in Nunavut.The perfect science fiction, fantasy and genre-bending tales for the chilly days ahead|Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Lavie Tidhar|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
Ada Delutuk was born in 1898, 60 years before Alaska became the 49th state, and grew up in the Inuit settlement of Spruce Creek, Alaska.The Woman Who Survived Two Years Alone in the Arctic|Fiona Zublin|December 9, 2020|Ozy
Try explaining what a cucumber tastes like to a 19th century Inuit.
Discovered frozen in ice by two Inuit waterbenders, they begin a journey to help him access his full powers as avatar.‘Game of Thrones’ Withdrawal? Watch Nickelodeon’s Fantasy Epic ‘The Legend of Korra’|David Levesley|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The commenter said Dodson is not a full-blooded member of any tribe and is in fact one-quarter Aleut, not Inuit.
Not that Western civilization has never embraced the mythical Inuit practice of leaving the old out on an ice floe.
Itajung became a highly respected man, for he was by far the best whaler in all the Inuit tribe.
They were much taller than the Inuit and had very long legs and arms, but their eyes were not as good.
They were on good terms with the Inuit and shared the same hunting ground, but lived in separate villages.
In days of old an enormous man lived with other members of the Inuit tribe in a village beside a large inlet.
Their strength was so great that they could hold a harpooned walrus as easily as the Inuit could hold a seal.