Peter Freuchen's Book of the Eskimos

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World Publishing Company, 1961 - Eskimos - 441 pages
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Introduction to the life and customs of the Eskimo based on the experiences of the Danish explorer in Greenland, Northern Canada, and Alaska.

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Review: Peter Freuchen's Famous Book of the Eskimos

User Review  - Sharon Zink - Goodreads

Although written a long time ago, this is an attention-keeping record of Eskimo life in Greenland close to the beginning of the 20th century. you should read it, whoever you may be. Read full review

Review: Peter Freuchen's Famous Book of the Eskimos

User Review  - Anita Williamson - Goodreads

I read this because my mother quoted about how wonderful the Eskimos were and how we should all be like them. So, I read it. Hmmm. The Eskimos had some things that were good. They also had things in ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
FAMILY STRUCTURE AND MORALS
79
the Eskimos
161
Copyright

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