Inside the life of the Inuit: Extraordinary photographs document how Alaska’s Eskimos survived some of the world’s coldest winters

See on Scoop.itInuit Nunangat Stories

Photographed between 1909 and 1932, the collection offers a rare glimpse in the natives’ everyday life from hunting polar bears, to building igloos, to their personal dwellings inside.

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Northern_Clips‘s insight:

"… An extraordinarily collection of rarely seen photographs capturing Alaska’s Eskimos document the hard but persevering survival of the people commonly known as the hunters of the Arctic.

Photographed between 1909 and 1932, the collection offers a rare glimpse in the natives’ everyday life from hunting polar bears, to building igloos, to their personal dwellings inside.

Standing with bow and arrows and hand, a hunter photographed in 1924 proudly poses before his kill of a massive polar bear, resting more than twice his size along the snow, arrows protruding from its chest.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2253029/Historic-photographs-document-Alaskas-Inuit-Eskimos-survived-worlds-coldest-winters.html#ixzz2G6BK4M1H
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