Who runs the inuit tribe?
Inuit is a indian tribe.
Inuit is an ethnicity not a tribe.
The Inuit tribe lived in the Arctic Climate The Inuit tribe lived in the Arctic Climate
how is the inuit tribe different then the tlingit tribe
Population of Inuit tribe is ca. 118,000 people.
the Inuit tribe participates in Quaggiq celebrations.
The Canadian Inuit tribe lived in Canada
There is no such thing as The Inuit Tribe. The Inuit people crossed the land bridge over 3,000 years ago.
what was the faous person from the inuit
Inuit is not a tribe, it is a race of people who are pathetically stereotyped. But yes, they hunt and fish everynow and then.
the explore that came nexted to the inuit tribe wa sjohn mickmillon
they were usually people from their tribe
They were not a tribe. Inuit is a race of people. Some natural resources were fish, berries, and animal wildlife.
The cultural traditions that the Inuit tribe follows are dances and marriages.Also, telling stories and believing in spirits.
in Canada history, Inuit Northern Native tribes
which reservations do Inuit live today
No, the Inuit(sometimes called Eskimos) are still alive and well.
the inuit people grow potatoes, carrots and peas
The Inuit tribe travel by foot, kayak, and dogsled.
The Inuit tribe built the first kayak
by hnting more and more animals
The Eskimo tribe that eats wolf pups is the Inuit tribe.
An Inuit is not the same tribe as Chippewa. Inuit's are found in arctic parts of the United States, Canada, and Greenland, and are also referred to as Eskimos.
In the language of the Inuit people, "Inuit" means "the people". The language developed over 5,000 years. Answer The meaning of Inuit is "the people" coming from the Inuktitut language.
The Inuit tribes
because they are dumb
Yes and they still do.
The Inuit did not live in ice huts.
The Inuit tribe like many native tribes have their own special customs and ceremonies. Some of these ceremonies are coming of age, marriage, hunting, and death.
Inuits are not a tribe. Villages have a form of autocracy and pick village leaders.
yes they did . it was a monarchy. the oldest man in the tribe that could hunt was the king.
Inuit do not follow a set religion; many simply pick the dominant religion of their tribe or area.
No, Inuit is the name of a group of indigenous people across Russia, Alaska, Canada, and Greenland.
Their society was patrilineal.
The answer is the Inuit of Canada.
yes they did
In Canada and Alaska.
do the aleut tribe have chores
The Inuit were a Native American tribe in the areas of Alaska, Canada, Siberia, and Greenland. They were primarily hunters and would sometimes gather in large groups to hunt whales.
there are about 6000 inuit members living today.But if im wrong.send me an emall at email@example.com
caught animalss.. what in the world
I think it was called the drum dance
there were leaders; gods and goddess
the ocean because they get food and water out of it
The Inuit tribe in Alaska...
the Inuit tribe are Hunters