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Four Directions Institute: Eskimo
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
http://www.fourdir.com/eskimo.htm

Inuit Business Directory
A national directory maintained by the Pan Arctic Inuit Logistics Corporation, listing only Inuit-run businesses in Canada.
http://inuit.pail.ca/

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Information about ITK's role in political, cultural and economic development of the Inuit of Canada. In-depth description of their history, culture, territory. Includes maps and visuals.
https://www.itk.ca/

Inupiaq Studies Curriculum
Example of integration of Inuit issues in the school, in Alaska (Inupiaq: North Alaskan Inuit)
http://www.alaskool.org/native_ed/curriculum/nwabsd1/nwabsd_inupiaq.html

I˝upiaq Cultural Resources
Information on the North Alaskan Inuit or Inupiaq people, maintained by the Alaska Native Knowledge Network (ANKN).
http://www.ankn.uaf.edu/inupiaq.html

Quebec History Encyclopedia: Eskimo (Inuit)
Article on the Inuit from the Handbook of Indians of Canada.
http://faculty.marianopolis.edu/c.belanger/quebechistory/encyclopedia/EskimoInuit.htm

The Arctic String Figure Project
A collection of well-illustrated detailed instructions on how to make string figures, based on original descriptions of traditional figures collected by researchers in the Arctic. Of particular interest is a series of 100 figures collected by Diamond Jenness, in 1924.
http://www.isfa.org/arctic.htm

Tuktu and Nogak Project
A community-driven effort to collect and share Inuit ecological knowledge of caribou and calving areas in the Bathurst Inlet area of the Kitikmeot region, Nunavut, Canada. The site has a photo gallery, a report on the Elder-Youth Camp on the Hiuqqittaaq River, and a list of the interviewees.
http://aulak.polarnet.ca/tuktu/main.html

Wikipedia: Inuit
Life, traditions, and history of the Inuit people.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inuit