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Indian Boyhood on the 17 th North America Eskimos-deragatory term-eaters of raw flesh Distinct from indians in south Came from asia-epicanthic eye fold Short, stocky bodies-Bergmann’s Rule Aleut-people of the ocean Eskimo-people of the ice Language-subdivisions of language-inuit Rely on sea and land animals for food Canadian shield-ice covered granite Brooks Range-mountain ranges Arctic coastal Aleutian Islands A lot of snow, little precipitation, little evaporation Arctic is technically a desert Permanently frozen Arctic PaleoIndian 10000BC Period Two huge ice sheets-sections of land opening up Following animals Archaic Paleoindian-contact Period Began to move to subarctic
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Move away from each other-develop new cultures Explore and move further east 1000 years ago In Greenland 700 years ago Contact Period Norse were first to contact people Natives and russians fought US purchased Alaska-american whalers Whale population plummeted Late 19 th century-a lot of people were congregating at trading post-changes
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2011 for the course ANTHROPOLO 300 taught by Professor V during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.

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