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HISTORY Among the last Native groups to come into North America the Inuit crossed the Bering land bridge sometime between 6000 BC and 2000 BC  according to various sourcesAnthropologists have discerned several different cultural epochs that began around the Bering Sea

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Inuit art refers to artwork produced by Inuit people that is the people of the Arctic previously known as Eskimos a term that is now often considered offensive outside AlaskaHistorically their preferred medium was walrus ivory but since the establishment of southern markets for Inuit art in 1945 prints and figurative works carved in relatively soft stone such as soapstone serpentinite

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Last week the artifacts were shown to local Inuit at community events in Gjoa Haven and Cambridge Bay Nunavut Inuit oral history was key to discovering the wrecks which were discovered near

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LEARN ABOUT THE HISTORY OF INUIT ART FROM THE PREHISTORIC TO CONTEMPORARY PERIODS The history of Inuit art in Canada can be broken up into three stages

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History Early millennia Copper Inuit are descendants of Thule cultureChanges in the local environment may have resulted in the transition from prehistoric Thule culture to Copper Inuit culture a modern people

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The Inuit Heritage Trust IHT The Inuit Heritage Trust is dedicated to the preservation enrichment and protection of Inuit cultural heritage and identity embodied in Nunavuts archaeology sites ethnographic resources and traditional place names

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The native people of the circumpolar region the Inuit or Inupiat as they are called in the West lived in subzero temperatures for much the year but survived and even thrived Their diet consisted chiefly of meat because no edible plants grow in the region where they live a bit south of the North Pole

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The mouth of the Meliadine River is the only nearby area that shows intensive use by historic Inuit The Thule people came to the area to fish building stone weirs to channel the arctic char into shallow water where they could be speared

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East Three Secondary School students in Inuvik NWT had a chance to hold Inuvialuit artifacts and learn more about them The Inuvialuit Living History Project which aims to try and reunite

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