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by Peter Pitseolak

Author: Peter Pitseolak
Language: English
Publisher: Delacorte Press/S. Lawrence; First Edition edition (1977)
Category: For children
Rating: 4.4
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Peter Pitseolak (1902-1973) was an Inuk photographer, sculptor, artist and historian. Pitseolak was Baffin Island's first indigenous photographer. Pitseolak was born September 2 1902 on Nottingham Island, Northwest Territories. He lived most of his life in traditional Inuit camps near Cape Dorset, on the southwest coast of Baffin Island, now in the Canadian territory of Nunavut

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Pitseolak's conclusion when his family rejoices in the lost pair's return is that ""We have a helper we cannot se. " With 20 full-page illustrations in pencil, ink, and felt pen, this offers a genuine glimpse of Eskimo life and thought. " With 20 full-page illustrations in pencil, ink, and felt pen, this offers a genuine glimpse of Eskimo life and thought, and a face-to-face encounter with a man worth meeting.

Pitseolak wrote various diaries, notes and manuscripts, all in Inuktitut syllabics. He photographed himself, his family, and community members in real situations, and also posing with traditional clothing and implements. Pitseolak made more than 2,000 photographs of the disappearing way of life over more than twenty years.

He photographed himself, his family, and community members in real situations, and also posing with traditional clothing and implements. In 1961, at the age of 59, he left his camp at Keatuk and returned to settlement life at Cape Dorset.

An account of two Eskimo hunters' narrow escape from an ice field that is swiftly moving out to sea.