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Traditional Inuit village under construction in Iglulik - Nunavut News

Close to 100 people will be involved in creating a traditional Inuit village on the outskirts of Iglulik over the next few weeks. The project, arranged by the hamlet with funding assistance from the Government of Nunavut and the Qikiqtani Inuit Association, will have cultural and economic development components. The site – located at Iglulik […]

What Did the Inuit Wear?

The Inuit people wore clothing made from various animal skins and furs. The most common animal skin used to make their clothes was caribou, as it provided the most insulation. Dog, squirrel, marmot, fox, wolf, polar bear, bird and seal skins were used as well.

Inuit man, Kingnuck, of the Kinepetoo tribe, Fullerton Harbour, Nunavut, February 5, 1905, he is wearing a hide parka.

With these images of far-flung communities in north-west Canada, Geraldine Moodie became the one of the country’s first professional female photographers

Instead of the iconic prints and carvings usually associated with Inuit art, these artists are creating modern wearables as fitting on the tundra as they are on the runway.

Instead of the iconic prints and carvings usually associated with Inuit art, these artists are creating modern wearables as fitting on the tundra as they are on the runway.

© The World In Faces, 'Even little girl', by Alexander Khimushin - Report by Jessica Stewart on February 2, 2018, Uploaded from mymodernmet.com

Photographer Alexander Khimushin spends a year traveling 25,000 miles across Siberia, seeking to meet and preserve the cultural richness of its indigenous people.

Inuit family and dog | Image No: ND-1-73 Title: Inuit famil… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Image No: ND-1-73 Title: Inuit family and dog, Nome (?), Alaska. Date: [ca. 1903-1915] Format of original: glass negative : b&w ; 8" x 10" Photographer/Illustrator: Lomen Brothers, Nome, Alaska Remarks: Studio portrait. Baby is on mother's back. Subject(s): Dogs / Inuit - Children / Inuit - Clothing / Inuit - Women Order this photo from Glenbow: ww2.glenbow.org/search/archivesPhotosResults.aspx?XC=/sea... Search for 99,999 other historical photos at Glenbow…

The Stars and the Inuit tribes of Canada | Star Name Registry

During winter, we can often complain about the cold, Especially on chilly nights, when the clouds don’t trap the heat in and the stars are

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Nunafish saved to Gryadar
Chukchi ~ These people live on the Chukchi peninsula in northeastern Siberia, Russia. Similarly to other Arctic nations they are also well adapted to the harsh environment with winter temperatures dropping as low as -65° F (-54° C). Traditionally they lived in tent-like houses called ‘yaranga’ and they have been herdsmen and hunters of reindeer. Those who lived along the coasts have hunted sea mammals. Photograph by Jimmy Nelson

The Arctic gives home to people for thousands of years. Today, the population is approximately four million, spread out more than one-sixth of the Earth's landmass. There are over 40 different indigenous ethnic groups and dozens of languages. This diverse population is divided between the eight Arctic countries: Canada, United States, Russia, Finland, Sweden,…