The Eskimo myth, as recorded by
Petitot, is very simple; no cause is assigned for the great flood,
which covered the summits of the Rocky mountains. Some Eskimo tied
their boats together so as to make a large raft, on which they
floated safely over the huge waves. The flood was calmed by a
juggler or magician throwing first his bow and then his earrings
into the water.
Is the national Inuit organization in Canada, representing four
Inuit regions – Nunatsiavut (Labrador), Nunavik (northern Quebec),
Nunavut, and the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Northwest
Territories. [External Link]
The Innuits of our Artic Coast
By His Honour Lieut.-Governor J. C. Schultz, LL.D., M.D. (1890)
The Creation of Nunavut
Written by Dr. Peter Kulchyski — Posted August 11, 2017
Sketch of the Esquimaux found in the
Territory of Boothia Felix
This is an extract taken from the book "Appendix to the Narrative of
a second Voyage in search of the North West Passage and of a
residence in the Arctic Regions during the years 1829 - 1833" by Sir
John Ross, Captain of the Royal Navy.
From Hudson Bay to the
Firth of Tay Searching for My Scottish Grandfather
© by Zebedee Nungak. Also added a variety of Inuit videos.
Nanook of the
Classic Documentary, silent movie.
Situating Nunavut Education with
Indigenous Education in Canada
By Heather Elizabeth McGregor (pdf)
By Franz Boas, Ph.D. (1887) (pdf)
Eskimo of Hudson's Strait
BY F. F. Payne (pdf)
The Eskimo Race and Language
By Mr. A. F. Chamberlain, B.A.