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Here are entered works discussing collectively the Inuit peoples and the related Eskimo peoples of southern and western Alaska and adjacent regions of Siberia, or works for which the individual group cannot be identified. Works limited to the Indigenous Arctic peoples of Greenland, Canada, and northern Alaska are entered under Inuit.

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  • Eskimauan Indians
  • Esquimaux
Filed under: Eskimos Filed under: Eskimos -- Alaska Filed under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- Economic conditionsFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- FolkloreFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- KoyukFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- MissionsFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- Social conditionsFiled under: Eskimos -- Alaska -- Social life and customsFiled under: AleutsFiled under: Kuuvan̳miit EskimosFiled under: Eskimos -- Missions -- AlaskaFiled under: Eskimos -- AntiquitiesFiled under: Eskimos -- BiographyFiled under: Eskimos -- CanadaFiled under: Eskimos -- CaptivitiesFiled under: Eskimos -- EducationFiled under: Eskimos -- FolkloreFiled under: Eskimos -- GreenlandFiled under: Eskimos -- ImplementsFiled under: Eskimos -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Eskimos -- Juvenile literatureFiled under: Eskimos -- Mental health servicesFiled under: Eskimos -- MissionsFiled under: Eskimos -- Social life and customsFiled under: Eskimo artFiled under: Eskimo youthFiled under: InuitFiled under: Krarer, Olof, 1858-1935

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