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Tales and Traditions of the Eskimoby Hinrich Rink
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Folklore, myths, and legends compiled by a 19th century explorer offer intriguing glimpses of an unspoiled culture. This treasury of 150 stories constitutes a priceless reference for anthropologists and historians and a delight for aficionados of folktales. New Introduction. 35 black-and-white illustrations.
A 19th-century explorer of the Far North compiled 150 engaging examples of Eskimo folklore, myths, and legends. 35 b/w illus.
A 19th-century explorer of the Far North compiled 150 engaging examples of Eskimo folklore, myths, and legends. Essential for anthropologists, historians, folktale enthusiasts. 35 black-and-white illustrations.
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