His waterproof boots are made of bearded sealskin bottoms and hairless seal skin tops. He carries a staff called an Unaaqpauraq in Iñupiaq with a point on one end and a hook at the other, used to test the strength of the ice before walking on it....
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. ...
Kayuqtullu, tulukkallu, suli atlat annugaurut / produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Killaq sikumi / written by Mary L. Pope and Tupou L. Pulu ; originally prepared in Iñupiat by Susie Sun ; illustrated by J. Leslie Boffa.
Rev. / by Angeline Newlin and Ruth Ramoth-Sampson. ...
Ungungssit keggellrit usvillugtellriit = Animal bites, rabies / written and translated by Paul Ilutsik and Joseph Coolidge ; illustrated by Zack Slim.
Bethel, Alaska : Taqellret Yugtun Qaneryaramek Calivigmi, 1975.
Kisirrutit. Book two = Numbers / developed by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Tupou L. Pulu and Ruth Ramoth Sampson ; illustrated by Dennis Remick.
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