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Inuit girl - 1903

Inuit child in fur parka, Alaska ca. 1903 Beverly Bennett Dobbs, photographer University of Washington Libraries; Alaska, Western Canada and United States Collection

Bella Lyall-Wilcox (left) and Betty Lyall-Brewster, Taloyoak (formerly Spence Bay), Nunavut, by Studio Norman, Health and Welfare Canada.

Archivists can help whole communities remember who they are. (LAC photo) "Photograph of an Inuit girl carrying an infant in a baby-pouch, Taloyoak (formerly Spence Bay), Nunavut, circa

Inuit man, 1901-1902

This photograph shows an Inuit man, head-and-shoulders portrait, taken during Cook's journey to Greenland as part of the Erik expedition,

portfolio 20 page plate no. 703

Your daily photo from Edward Curtis’ The North American Indian! Qunaninru- King Island No text on title page *All text is from The North American Indian title pages. These were notes taken by Curtis in the field unless otherwise.

Lomen Brothers     Wegaruk, an Inuit Woman, with Her Child, Nome, Alaska     1905

Lomen Brothers Wegaruk, an Inuit Woman, with Her Child, Nome, Alaska 1905

Eskimo family

Inuit Family - 1929 “May you have warmth in your igloo, oil in your lamp, and peace in your heart” --Eskimo Proverb ©Edward Curtis.

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