Inuit

In the United States and Canada the term `Eskimo` was commonly used to describe the Inuit, and Alaska`s Yupik and Iñupiat. `Inuit` is not accepted as a term for the Yupik, and `Eskimo` is the only term that includes Yupik, Iñupiat and Inuit. However, Aboriginal peoples in Canada and Greenland view `Eskimo` as pejorative, and `Inuit` h...
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Inuit

[disambiguation] The Inuit are a group of indigenous peoples living in the most northern parts of North America. Inuit may also refer to: ...
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Inuit

Member of am American Indian people inhabiting the Arctic coasts of Alaska, the eastern islands of the Canadian Arctic, Labrador, and the ice-free coasts of Greenland. Originating...
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Inuit

Inuit: see Eskimo.
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Inuit

The Inuit (also Innuit) are a people inhabiting the Arctic coasts of North America, the east islands of the Canadian Arctic, and the ice-free coasts of Greenland. They are short of stature, averaging around 1.6 meters tall, with broad, fat faces, black eyes, brownish yellow skin and coarse black hair. They live by hunting and fishing. Hunting is do...
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Inuit

Click images to enlargeMember of am American Indian people inhabiting the Arctic coasts of Alaska, the eastern islands of the Canadian Arctic, Labrador, and the ice-free coasts of Greenland. Originating from Siberia from around 2000 BC, they had populated the region by AD 1000. The Inuit language Inupiaq is spoken in ...
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