By Craig A Doherty
A part of the 10-volume set local the USA, this identify tells the heritage and tradition of Arctic peoples. It starts with a short set advent that discusses a few of the vast background and issues came upon all through Arctic peoples' tradition, in addition to explains the idea that of tradition components to scholars.
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In some communities, a woman would go off to a special hut when her baby was due, and would not come out until a few days after the baby was born. At the birth of a new child, the parents would give gifts to the rest of the community as a part of the celebration of the new life that had been created. Children were raised within the household of their mothers and were treated with respect. Children were rarely punished Families and Tribal Groups ( 15 ( THE CREATION OF THE WORLD Among the people of the Arctic, the first raven was considered the creator of their world and all that lived on it.
He taught the man to hunt and the woman the skills she needed. When the raven went back to the vine, more men came out of the pods. Raven made them companions as well. Some of the men moved to the edge of the land and hunted along the shore of the ocean and on the winter ice. Other men stayed further inland and learned to survive by hunting the caribou and other land animals. ) 8888888888888888888888888888888 ( 16 ( Arctic Peoples and were taught to be a part of the family community. They learned to respect their elders and old people in the family were cared for by all.
It was at these summer fairs that many marriages were arranged. Little trade took place between the Indians of the Subarctic and Arctic as the two groups often considered each other enemies. 3 Houses, Clothes, Tools, and Transportation 8 22 HOUSES Living in the Arctic required a number of types of housing. The traditional type of house a family lived in depended on their location and the time of year. The Aleut tended to live in permanent villages, building rather substantial houses that might house as many as 20 or more people.