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Central Inuit social structure: the view from Cumberland Sound, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories Open Access
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Social structure--Nunavut--Baffin Island.
Inuit--Nunavut--Baffin Island--First contact with Europeans.
Inuit--Nunavut--Baffin Island--Social conditions.
Whaling--Nunavut--Cumberland Sound Region.
Cumberland Sound (Nunavut)--Civilization.
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University of Alberta
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Department of Anthropology
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Doctoral thesis. This study explores the structural basis of variability in Central Inuit socioeconomic organization, with a focus on the community of Pangnirtung, Baffin Island, and the former whaling station (now historic site) of Kekerten in Cumberland Sound. // Includes glossary of Inuktitut terms in text.
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