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As a complement to our Inuktitut language information, we would like to share our
collection of indexed links about the Inuit and various aspects of their society. The emphasis
of these pages is on the native peoples of the Americas as living societies with a present and
a future as well as a past. Inuk history is interesting and
important, but the Inuit are still here today, too, and we try to feature modern writers as well as traditional
folklore, contemporary art as well as museum pieces, and the issues and struggles of today as well as the tragedies
of yesterday. Suggestions for new links are always welcome.
Please note, although the Inuktitut name "Inuit" is the preferred term most of the people use to refer to themselves, many Inuit people still
use the Cree word "Eskimo" as well, including, in some cases, in the official names of their tribal villages. For this reason, we have
used both words on our website.
Inuit Tribal and Community Websites
Akulivik Aupalak Inukjuak Ivujivik Kangiqsualujjuaq Kangiqsujuaq Kangirsuk:
Kuujjuaq Kuujjuarapik Puvirnituq Quaqtaq Salluit Tasiujaq Umiujaq Killiniq:
Government profiles of the fifteen Inuit communities of Nunavik (Arctic Quebec).
Maps of Inuit Lands
First Nations Map: Location of Amerindian and Inuit Communities:
Maps of the Inuit and Native American communities of Quebec.
Virtual Museum of New France:
Historical maps and articles on the Inuit tribes of the US and Canada.
Indigenous Peoples and Languages of Alaska:
Map showing the location of the Inupiaq and other Alaska Native tribes.
Inuit Lifestyle and Tradition
The Inupiat Copper Eskimo:
Articles on Inuit history and culture.
The Alaskan Eskimo:
Curtis' early 20th-century ethnography of the Inuit/Eskimos of northern Alaska.
Quebec History: Eskimo (Inuit):
Anthropology text on the Inuit people.
First Peoples: Inuit:
Demographic and linguistic information on the Inuit of Quebec.
Labrador Metis Nation:
Representing Labrador people of mixed Indian, Inuit, and European ancestry.
Inuit culture and history in Quebec.
Article on Inuit storytelling, drumming and dancing.
Tattoos of the Hunter-Gatherers of the Arctic:
Article on the tattoo traditions of the Inuit and Yupik people, with pictures.
Ancient Alaskan Labrets:
Article about traditional Aleut and Inuit face jewelry.
Nunavut Flag Nunatsiavut Flag Kuujjuaraapik Native Village Flag:
Too Tall Tail Meat Salad Inupiat Reindeer Stew Dunuuq:
Traditional Inuit food recipes.
Inuit Artifacts and Cultural Objects
Inuit Clothing Traditions Inuit Costume Exhibit: Copper Eskimo Clothing, Boots, and Dance Hats:
Photographs and descriptions of traditional Inuit clothes.
Inuit Parka Inuit Dance Clothing Inuit Fashions Today:
Photos and descriptions of Inuit parkas, budgoods, and mukluks.
Canoeing Cultures: The Inuit Arctic Skin Kayaks Umiaks:
Inuit kayak-building and traditional watercraft.
Aleut/Eskimo Paddle Making:
The Aleut and Inuit craft of carving wooden kayak paddles.
Caribou Inuit Drums and Bullroarer: Copper Inuit Snow Goggles:
Inuit Bow and Arrow: Inuit Dolls, Games, and Toys:
Inuit tools, weapons, toys, and musical instruments.
Gateway to Aboriginal Heritage: Inuit and the Arctic:
Images of artifacts from different Inuit communities of Canada.
Igloos How To Build An Igloo Inuit Environment and Housing Inuit Shelter Sod Houses:
Information about traditional Inuit homes.
Four Directions: Inupiat Eskimo: Four Directions: Inuit:
Timelines and links about Eskimo history.
Inuit Religion and Myth
Online texts on Inuit ceremonies, myths, and religious traditions..
Collection of Inuit mythology and folktales.
Inuit Literature and Arts
Inuit Authors Iñupiaq Authors Eskimo Authors:
Inuit writers, their lives and work.
Article about Inuit drum dancing, throat singing, personal songs, and other musical traditions.
The Inuit Throat Singers:
Traditional Inuit throatsinging performed by two Cape Dorset women.
Songs performed by an Alaskan Inupiaq musician.
Alaska Native Artists North Star Inuit Gallery:
Websites featuring Inuit soapstone sculpture, mask carvings, and other artwork.
Books for sale on the Inuits
Saqiyuq: Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women:
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Fascinating book of Inuit oral history for sale.
Living On The Land:
Anthropology book about how traditional Inuit/Eskimo life has changed over the past century.
Celebrating Inuit Art:
A beautiful art book featuring Inuit carvings from different regions of the Arctic.
Sedna: Goddess of the Sea:
Book of stories about the life and deeds of the Inuit sea goddess Sedna.
The Polar Bear Son:
Charming picture book based on an Inuit legend about one woman who adopts a bear cub.
Go Home, River:
Children's book by an Alaska Native author about an Inupiaq child learning traditional lessons about the water cycle.
Northern Lights: The Soccer Trails:
Picture book for children about the importance of the Northern Lights to Inuit spirituality.
Children's book depicting the importance of whales to traditional Inuit culture.
Evolving list of books about Inuits and Native Americans.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Inuit Encyclopedia.com: The Inuit Aboriginal Groups: Inuit: Caribou Eskimo: Labrador Eskimo:
Encyclopedia articles about the Inuit.
Inuit Esquimeaux (Inuit) Les Inuits Peuples autochtones arctique:
Information about the Inuit tribe in French.
Pueblo Inuit Esquimal Historia y lengua inuit Los Inuit:
Information about the Inuit nation in Spanish.
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