Inughuit



ETHNONYMS: Arctic Highlanders, Avanersuarmiut, Cape York Inuit, Itanere, Kap Yorkere, Polar Eskimo, Polareskimoer, Polargroenlaendere, Smith Sound Inuit, Thuleeskimoer, Thulegroenlaendere, Whale Sound Inuit

Kinship

The Inughuit have the traditional bilateral Inuit kinship system and terminology. There are no clans or exogamous groups. Traditionally, cousin marriage was not allowed, although cousin marriages have occurred since the 1940s with the doubling of the population.


Bibliography

Gilberg, Rolf (1976). The Polar Eskimo Population, Thule District, North Greenland. Appendix: Polar Eskimo Bibliography. Meddelelser om Grønland, 203(3):1-87. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Gilberg, Rolf (1984). "Polar Eskimo." In Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 5, Arctic, edited by David Damas, 577-594. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Herbert, Wally (1981). Hunters of the Polar North: The Eskimos. Time-Life Books: Peoples of the Wild. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Holtved, Erik (1967). Contributions to Polar Eskimo Ethnography. Meddelelser om Grønland, 182 (2): 1-180. Copenhagen, Denmark.

Rasmussen, Knud (1908). People of the Polar North: A Record, edited by G. Herring. London: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner.

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