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Inside a native family's igloo. Arviat (formerly Eskimo Point), Nunavut, 1936

Inside a native family's igloo. Arviat (formerly Eskimo Point), Nunavut, 1936

Inuit woman nursing two babies,1903-1908  Photo Credit: Beautiful Breastfeeding (courtesy of Lomen Brothers, Dobbs, B.B. ww2.glenbow.org.

Inuit woman nursing two babies,1903-1908 Photo Credit: Beautiful Breastfeeding (courtesy of Lomen Brothers, Dobbs, B.B. ww2.glenbow.org.

Animation of the Inuit 'Skeleton Woman' story. The story about the darker side of love that must be overcome (learning of someone's 'Skeleton') for there to be a lasting relationship.  Clarissa Pinkola Estes tells it really beautifully in her book 'The Women Who Run With Wolves.'

Animation of the Inuit 'Skeleton Woman' story. The story about the darker side of love that must be overcome (learning of someone's 'Skeleton') for there to be a lasting relationship. Clarissa Pinkola Estes tells it really beautifully in her book 'The Women Who Run With Wolves.'

Keyes Fish Camp, Lower Yukon River, Alaska. King salmon is prepared in this manner by Yup'ik Eskimos at family fish camps along the river. It is shown here drying. From here it goes to a smokehouse for a light smoke. Smoked salmon strips are the most important Yup'ik subsistence food.

Keyes Fish Camp, Lower Yukon River, Alaska. King salmon is prepared in this manner by Yup'ik Eskimos at family fish camps along the river. It is shown here drying. From here it goes to a smokehouse for a light smoke. Smoked salmon strips are the most important Yup'ik subsistence food.

Woman with hanging whale blubber in the background. Near Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories  July 23, 1956

Woman with hanging whale blubber in the background. Near Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories July 23, 1956

Mother carries her baby in hood of her caribou-skin parka. Near Resolute Air Station, Northwest Territories, Canada.

Mother carries her baby in hood of her caribou-skin parka. Near Resolute Air Station, Northwest Territories, Canada.

Dome-shaped hill formed in a permafrost area when the hydrostatic pressure of freezing groundwater causes the upheaval of a layer of frozen ground. Pingos may be up to 90 metres (300 feet) high and over...

Dome-shaped hill formed in a permafrost area when the hydrostatic pressure of freezing groundwater causes the upheaval of a layer of frozen ground. Pingos may be up to 90 metres (300 feet) high and over...

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