The Inuit of the Greenland Seas

Chapter Three of my book Go Greenland

THE INUIT tend to live close to coastal areas or spots good for fishing. Their way on life means they are dependent on marine animals for food, as well as on caribou.

The Thule Culture, forerunners of the Inuit, originated in Alaska and migrated across Arctic Canada. About 1,000 years ago they advanced into Greenland. The…

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A Maverick Traveller presents the collected posts of the travel author and blogger Mary Jane Walker, of a-maverick dot com

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Mary Jane Walker

Mary Jane Walker

A Maverick Traveller: Kiwi adventurer, author of twelve books of travel stories, a blog, and a website (a-maverick.com).

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