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i u a pi pu pa ti tu ta ki ku ka gi gu ga mi mu ma ni nu na si su sa li lu la ji ju ja vi vu va ri ru ra qi qu qa ngi ngu nga lhi lhu lha

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Archival Materials

Eighteenth Annual Report of the American Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian

Eighteenth Annual Report of the American Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian

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Eskimo Art of the Classic Eastern Arctic

Eskimo Art of the Classic Eastern Arctic

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Eskimo Carving Today by George Swinton

Eskimo Carving TodayGeorge Swinton

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Eskimo Carvings by James A. Houston

Living a semi-nomadic existence in tents and snow houses along the barren shores of Hudson Bay and Baffin Island, the Eskimos are hindered by a severe climate which prevents food growing - - food, which has always been the life blood of civilization.

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Eskimo Graphic Art

Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources

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Eskimo of Hudson's Strait

Eskimo of Hudson's Strait

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Great Whale River

Great Whale River

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Impact of the Inuit Arts economy

Contemporary Inuit arts and crafts as they exist today draw on culture and traditions that long predate settlers’ arrival in the Arctic. However, some of the production methods, distribution channels, marketing, and the place of this art among other contemporary forms of fine art can be traced to the late 1940’s when James Houston visited the Canadian Arctic.

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Land of the Lively Art

Hudson's Bay Company | 1961

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My Life With The Eskimo

My Life With The Eskimo

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Notes on Eskimo Art: Cape Dorset by Alma Houston

Cape Dorset, on the southwestern tip of Baffin Island, has a population of three hundred and fifty Eskimos. At high tide, Cape Dorset is an island, with rocky coastline and hills up to nine hundred feet high. The settlement is at the mouth of a large bay, which provides a good harbour for ships, and a landing piece for aeroplanes on floats in summer; in winter, ski-equipped aircraft land on the bay’s thick ice.

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Rankin Inlet

Anonymous undated essay

On the west coast of Hudson Bay, Rankin Inlet lies 300 miles north of Churchill, Manitoba. The area near the settlement is rocky and many small lakes

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Sealskins and the Eskimo Economy

Canada’s Arctic is inhabited by nearly 15,000 Eskimo people. They are in many varying stages of transition. With government programs, economic developments, improved social services and the education system, all designed to enable a higher standard of living, many are taking advantage of wage employment and changing from the old way of living on the land...

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