Journal Entry of a Subordinate group

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1 Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Wendy Witt Eth/125 12/04/2010 Jacqueline Jefferson
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2 We are known as indigenous people of the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. Our name Aleut was given to us in the 18 th century by Russian Hunters and Russian Fur Traders. My name is Aleyeska. I’m a Native of the Aleutian Islands; I belong to Inuit-Aleut Tribe. We are classified as a Native American. We were the first to live in America. We moved to the islands from Alaska. They lived along in the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian Islands a very difficult environment to live in. there were no trees or agriculture the growing season was only 135 days long. We depended on the sea to hunt and fish for our food, clothing and used driftwood and whalebone for our shelter. We developed a rich culture and a well balanced livelihood from the sea. We developed highly sophisticated hunting techniques to hunt for sea otter, hair seal, seal lions, fur seals and whales. We lived in underground shelters along the northern side of the Bering Sea because it produced more marine and
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