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Arctic and Siberian people: Eskimos - Inuits 
Aleut: people of the Aleutian Chain
Beothuk beliefs and practices
Beothuks at the time of European expansion and settlement in Newfoundland, the Beothuks were the native inhabitants of the Island. The traditional pattern of life for these Aboriginals disintegrated with the advent of this influx of people, the Europeans and the Micmacs from Nova Scotia
Chukchi: warriors & traders
Evenkia Evenkiyskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug (Evenki Autonomous District)
Haida People Haida People
Haida People
Indigenous People Canadian Arctic
Innu Nation Innu Nation
Iñupiat of Arctic Alaska People and the Land: Early Years, Changing Patterns of Subsistence, Growing Up in an Inupiat Village, Beyond Kin: Social and Cultural Life, The Economics of Dependency, The Land Claims Settlement Act of 1971, Living in Both Worlds: Iñupiaq Women and Urban Life
Inupiaq [Inupiat]: Alaska native cultural profile
Inuit history and culture Inuti is a general term for a group of culturally similar indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic coasts of Alaska, the eastern islands of the Canadian Arctic, Labrador, and the ice-free coasts of Greenland, ...
Inuit history of S. Greenland
Inuit language The language of the Inuit people is traditionally spoken across the North American Arctic and to some extent in the subarctic in Labrador, ...
Inuit Tapirisat of Canada Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) is the national Inuit organization in Canada, representing four Inuit regions – Nunatsiavut (Labrador), Nunavik (northern Quebec), Nunavut, and the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in the Northwest Territories
Inuit throat singing
Inuvialuit of the Western Arctic The Inuit living in the western Canadian Arctic call themselves "Inuvialuit" or "real human beings." Their homeland stretches from the Alaskan border east to Amundsen Gulf and the western edge of the Canadian Arctic Islands, ...
Kola Lapps
Komis or Zyryans
Nunavut Finformation on Nunavut's Flag and Coat-of-Arms
Nenets and Khanty of Yamal Peninsula
Peopling Siberia DNA research
Sámi of Far Northern Europe
Sami people long before the Swedish, Finnish or even the Viking culture had developed, the Scandinavian peninsula was populated by the Saemieh (hereafter referred to as Sami)
Siberian native peoples nenets, orochi, selkups, tofalars, khakass, chukchi, shorts, evenks, evens, yakuts, Peoples of Siberia
The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire Abkhaz, Aguls, Akhvakhs, Aleuts, Altaics, Aliutors, Andis, Archis, Asiatic Eskimos, Bagulals, Baraba Tatars, Bartangs, Bats, Bezhtas, Botlikhs, Budukhs, Central Asian Jews, Chamalals, Chukchis, Chulym Tatars, Crimean Jews, Crimean Tatars, Didos, ..., Kola Lapps, Koryaks, Kryz, Kurds, Lithuanian Tatars, Livonians, Mansis, Mountain Jews, Nanais, Negidals, Nenets, Nganasans, Nivkhs, Nogays, Orochis, Oroks, Oroshoris, Peoples of the Pamirs
Tlingit The Tlingit are the northenmost of the Northwest Coast peoples (which also includes, among others, Haida, Tsimshian, Kwakiutl, Nootka, Salishan, Chemakum, Chinook, and Makah) who lived traditionally by fishing and hunting marine animals, ...
Tlingit and Haida history of Tlingit and Haida tribes in Alaska, Haida Nation and the Tlingit Nation
Tundra Nenets
Yakut (Sakha) people
Yupiaq Eskimo Education

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