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Native people of Alaska

Post  sarah on Sun Dec 26, 2010 7:03 am

Aleuts
The Aleutian Islands and the Alaska Peninsula are the homelands of the Aleuts. The Aleut language is related to the language of the Eskimos, and yet it is very different. Like the Eskimos, the Aleuts have always depended on the sea for food and other needs. Some of the present-day Aleuts operate fishing boats. Others work in fish canneries. Many Aleuts have Russian names, which go back to the time of the Russian occupation of Alaska.

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Re: Native people of Alaska

Post  JennyHe on Mon Dec 27, 2010 1:09 pm

Your class have learn U11???
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Post  urika on Thu Dec 30, 2010 12:11 pm

sarah wrote:Aleuts
The Aleutian Islands and the Alaska Peninsula are the homelands of the Aleuts. The Aleut language is related to the language of the Eskimos, and yet it is very different. Like the Eskimos, the Aleuts have always depended on the sea for food and other needs. Some of the present-day Aleuts operate fishing boats. Others work in fish canneries. Many Aleuts have Russian names, which go back to the time of the Russian occupation of Alaska.

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