People of the Ice - How the Inuit Lived, OUT OF PRINT


OUT OF PRINT People of the Ice - How the Inuit Lived is part of How They Lived in Canada Series first published in 1980. This text for elementary level students covers the culture and lifestyle of the Inuit before the coming of Europeans. Topics include the land, the people, the family, clothing, housing, food, hunting and fishing, transportation, beliefs and customs, arts and crafts, and the coming of the White People. Unlike Riel's People written by a noted Metis author, People of the Ice is simply a description of a fascinating culture. This text is suitable for grades 3 to 8.

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