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  - Richard Reese - Goodreads

Peter Freuchen (1886-1957) was a Dane who set up a trading post in Greenland in 1910. He spent 50 years among the Inuit, and knew them when they still lived in their traditional Stone Age manner. He ... Read full review

Review: Peter Freuchen's Famous Book of the Eskimos

User Review  - Maria Kearns - Goodreads

I read this while living in Fairbanks during my late teens. This is a great book,a wonderful read. Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
FAMILY STRUCTURE AND MORALS
79
the Eskimos
161
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