Conclusion: Inuit Peoples and the Governance of the North American Arctic
I thank you very much. My name is Iggiagruk. My parents are Aqpayuk and Naungagiaq. I was born in Kotzebue. I am a salt water person. We made our living at Ikkatuq and at Qimiqpak up the Noatak River. I am happy to be here at Oxford today and thank Dr Bowles for the invitation.
KeywordsLand Settlement Scarlet Fever Alaska Native Arctic Council Tribal Council
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