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Ipani Eskimos

James K. Wells

Ipani Eskimos

a cycle of life in nature

by James K. Wells

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Published by Alaska Methodist University Press in [Anchorage] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska.,
  • Alaska
    • Subjects:
    • Eskimos -- Hunting -- Alaska.,
    • Eskimos -- Food -- Alaska.,
    • Eskimos -- Alaska -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James K. Wells.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.E7 W398
      The Physical Object
      Pagination110 p. :
      Number of Pages110
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4225015M
      LC Control Number80504993

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Ipani Eskimos, A Cycle of Life in Nature Paperback – January 1, by James K. Wells (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" $ Author: James K. Wells. No Jacket. Robert Mayokok (illustrator). 6 x 9 trade paperback book.

Black lettering on the white spine with an illustrated cover. This book describes the life of the Ipani Eskimos month by month from January to December. pages. Book is in fair condition with edgewear, small cover pull tear, foxing/stains to the covers, wear, and soil. The Ipani Eskimos are old-time inhabitants of northwest Alaska prior to the coming of the white man.

The author follows their traditional life month by month throughout the year, describing traditional methods of hunting, fishing, cooking, building, and celebrating. Get this from a library. Ipani Eskimos: a cycle of life in nature.

[James K Wells] -- The Ipani Eskimos are old-time inhabitants of northwest Alaska prior to the coming of the white man. The author follows their traditional life month by month throughout the year, describing.

now living in Northwest Alaska who would call themselves Ipani Eskimos. This book describes the life of the Ipani Eskimos month by month from January to December. It tells how they supported their families by hunting It tells of hardship from starvation, sickness, and superstition.

A CYCLE OF LIFE Author’s Foreword We call the Ipani the “long-time ago” Eskimos, or those who lived in the traditional way before the white man came. There are only a few now living in Northwest Alaska who would call themselves Ipani Eskimos. This book tells how they supported their families as the seasons changed.

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One of his main projects was to study the degree of contact the Eskimos had had with Western culture Reviews: 3. A 37 page stapled booklet by the author who was born at Wales, Alaska, the most northwesterly point of North America. "This booklet is for children.

They are blackboard stories which illustrate in a simple way how the eskimo lives.". The book is in the “Literature” section of the web site and describes the key resources used by the Ipani Eskimos prior to contact with the Europeans.

Following the reading of the text, ask the students to again consider the life of the Northwest Ipani Eskimos month by. "Sputnik" and "When Good People Walk Among Us" - Two poems by Andy Hope Maniilaq - " Maniilaq is the name of a man that is held in very high regard by the older Iñupiat Eskimos of the Northwest Arctic.

He was more commonly known as Maniilauraq, and to some of the elders in the area, he was an Eskimo. The living standards of the Ipani Eskimos are about the same, fishing nearly every day and hunting ducks, caribou and the bear.

Some of the young ducklings are starting to fly, but some are slower than the others. The teenage boys have a good chance to learn how to use the bow and arrow from the kayak by trying to hit these ducks.

Ipani Eskimos, A Cycle of Life in Nature, a book by James K. Wells, Alaska Methodist University Press, "There are countless books, research papers, articles and essays written about Alaska Natives, this is one of the few books written by an Alaska Native.

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Ipani Eskimos: A Cycle of Life in Nature. Illus. ABOUT THE BOOK: "Mexican Eskimo" is a story for grown-ups: a love story about finding trust and hope amidst generations of anger and neglect, suicide and substance abuse.

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