Observations on the intellectual culture of the Caribou Eskimos by Knud Rasmussen

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Published by AMS Press in New York .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Hudson Bay Region.,
  • Hudson Bay Region

Subjects:

  • Caribou Eskimos,
  • Inuit -- Hudson Bay Region,
  • Inuit -- Hudson Bay Region -- Folklore,
  • Inuit -- Hudson Bay Region -- Religion,
  • Inuit mythology -- Hudson Bay Region

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Book details

Statementby Knud Rasmussen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE99.E7 R1792 1976b
The Physical Object
Pagination114 p., [2] leaves of plates, (1 fold.) :
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4890537M
ISBN 100404583008
LC Control Number76022536

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York University Libraries. Volume VII, no. 2, Observations on the Intellectual Culture of the Caribou Eskimos, has a similar structure but includes more photographs and fewer drawings of Inuit, their dress, hunting, and so on. Volume VII, no. 3, Iglulik and Caribou Eskimo Texts, consists of most of Cited by: 2.

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We are now on surer ground, since this is the period of the Cape Dorset Culture. The Eskimos spread east to Baffin Island and west right to Alaska.

But the broad belt of boggy tundra west of Hudson Bay kept the group known as the Caribou Eskimos back in the interior, and preserved it as a remnant of the original inland culture. A CATALOGUE OF CULTURAL REFERENCES IN ELIZABETH HAY’S Late Nights on Air ¾ Agnes Dean Cameron’s “book about her travels to the Arctic in ” (92) [Cameron Observations on the Intellectual Culture of the Caribou Eskimos (‐51).

Intellectual Culture of the Copper Eskimos. New York: AMS Press, Print. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition. Intellectual Culture of the Iglulik Eskimos. Gyldendalske Boghandel, Print. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition. Observations on the Intellectual Culture of the Caribou Eskimos.

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Observations on the Intellectual Culture of the Caribou Eskimos, Volume 7, Part 2, Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition,the Danish Expedition to Arctic North America (the 'Thule Report'). Copenhagen, Denmark: Gyldendalske Boghandel, Nordisk Forlag ().

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Shamanism also existed among nearly all documented hunter-gatherers, likely characterized the religious lives of many ancestral humans, and is often proposed by anthropologists to be the “first profession,” representing the first institutionalized division of labor Cited by: Daniel Merkur EAGLE, THE HUNTER'S HELPER: THE CULTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF INUIT MYTHOLOGICAL TALES.

Animal tales abound in native North American folklore. They include almost all trickster or culture-hero stories. Most scholars have noted their similarities to European animal fables and classified the nar- ratives as folktales. The Eagle's Gift Alaska Eskimo Tales (Hardback or Cased Book) by Knud Rasmussen, Ernest Hansen, Isabel Hutchinson Hardcover, Observations on the Intellectual Culture of the Caribou Eskimos Vol.

7, No. 2 & No. 3 by Knud J. Rasmussen ISBNISBN: The original culture [of Eskimos] has exclusively been associated with lakes and rivers in the interior. Following after the herds of caribou, or possibly pursued by hostile Indian tribes, the Eskimos have hereafter migrated to the shores of the Arctic Ocean and their implements have undergone an adaptation to the ice of the ocean Author: Darren Keith, Brendan Griebel, Pamela Gross, Anne Mette Jørgensen.

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Inuit live mainly in the treeless Arctic regions of North America, Greenland, and parts of northeastern Siberia. Their cosmology, based on shamanistic belief, constructed a view of the sky and its.

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The potential of an Eskimo future. Education for Indians and Eskimos is part of a century of effort to place them successfully in the mainstream of American life. believed in restricted sovereignty, popular sovereignty, the corrupting nature of power, the right to revolution.

They advocated the separation of powers (checks and balances), rotation in office (so that power does not belong to one for too long; limits corruption), annual meetins of the legislature, freedom of thought, and preferred a militia to a standing army (army was a tool of tyrants).

Intellectual Culture of the Iglulik Eskimos (), and in Volume Nine, Intellectual Culture of the Copper Eskimos (). Peter Freuchen was part of a expedition to Greenland and later travelled with Rasmussen on expeditions which began at Thule.

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I think it’s safe to say that he’s stirred things up quite a bit over there. Between andKnud Rasmussen led a small band of colleagues in a journey of investigation across the top of North America. The full scientific report of that 20,mile trek by dog sled from Greenland to Siberia, known to history as the Fifth Thule Expedition, fills ten volumes.

This single volume, Across Arctic America, is Rasmussen's own reworking and condensation of his two-volume.

Thus this book represents a unique work which, while talking about Nunavut history and modern situation with aboriginal rights, places Inuit people and their claim for their territory in the broader context of Canadian Federation.

Rasmussen, Knud. "Intellectual Culture of the Iglulik Eskimos." Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition Student Book Reviews: CCS The following book reviews are being submitted as part of the CCS Critiquing Indigenous Literature for Alaska’s Children taught in the Fall by Esther Ilutsik.

The following reviews were written by students and are a reflection of their own analysis of the books.Intellectual culture of Hudson Bay Eskimos. Translated by W. Wor- ster and W. E. Calvert.

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