The history, beginning with primitive Alaska Eskimo life, includes some "book facts," personal anecdotes, and stories told by others. It describes life in the northern regions from early times until ca. 1937-1940 when the history was written. ...
Caption: Eskimos are not Indians, but Mongoloids. Both have all inherent reverence for their ancestors, the Japanese possessing the characteristic a degree stronger than the Eskimos. The Japanese serve fish raw. ...
Piraksrat = [Things to do] / a translation into Iñupiat by Willie Nayakik ; edited by the bilingual staff of the Barrow Day School, BIA, Martha Aiken, Marilyn Gamboa, Alice Hopson ; illustrations by Geri Rudolph.
1. [8 sheets double-sided, handwritten:
1. Eskimo Story: The orphan boy
2. The crow and the daylight
3. Some eskimo customs now disappearing
4. The rat
5. The two brothers
2. The Eskimo, v. 2, no. 5...