Inupiat people
The Iñupiat are an Inuit, Alaska Native people, whose traditional territory spans Norton Sound on the Bering Sea to the Canadian border. Their current communities include seven Alaskan villages in the...
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Flying Wild Alaska
Flying Wild Alaska is a documentary television series that aired on Discovery Channel in 2011 and 2012.The show features the Tweto family from Unalakleet, Alaska who run the Alaska airline Era Alaska....
Irene Bedard
Irene Bedard (born July 22, 1967, Iñupiat) is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Native American characters in a variety of films.In 2012, Irene started "Sleeping Lady Films" and "Wak...
Sinrock Mary
Changunak Antisarlook Andrewuk (also known as Sinrock Mary or the Queen of Reindeer) (1870 - 1948) was a Russian and Inupiat businesswoman who became one of the richest women in Alaska due to her work...
Ronald Senungetuk
Ronald Senungetuk (born 1933) is an Iñupiaq artist originally from Wales, Alaska who works primarily in wood and metal.
He is a sculptor and silversmith and is known for his abstractions of animal...
Tikiġaġmiut
The Tikiġaġmiut, an Inupiat people, live two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, 330 miles (531 km) southwest of Barrow, Alaska, in an Inupiaq village of Point Hope, Alaska (in Inupiak lang...
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Inupiat Heritage Center
The Iñupiat Heritage Center is a museum in Barrow in the U.S. state of Alaska. Dedicated in February 1999, it is an affiliated area of New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park in New Bedford, Mass...
Inupiat language
Inupiat /ɪˈnʲuːpiæt/, or Alaskan Inuit, is a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken by the Inupiat people in northern and northwestern Alaska. The Inupiat language is a member of the Eskimo l...
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List of American Inuit
This is a partial list of Notable American Inuit, especially Iñupiat, who largely reside in Alaska. The Arctic and subarctic dwelling Inuit (formerly referred to as Eskimo) are a group of culturally s...
List of American Inuit - Wikipedia
Maniilaq
Maniiḷaq (məniːlʌk, mah-NEE-luk) (also spelled Maniilaq) is a figure of Inupiat legend and history. He is said to have lived in the 19th century before European colonialists arrived in his area of Nor...
Ticasuk Brown
Ticasuk Brown (1904–1982) was an Iñupiaq educator, poet and writer. She was the recipient of a Presidential Commission and was the first Native American to have a school named after her in Fairb...
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Alberta Schenck Adams
Alberta Daisy Schenck Adams (June 1, 1928 – July 6, 2009) was a teenage civil rights activist in the struggle for equality by the indigenous peoples in the United States Territory of Alaska. As of the...
Alberta Schenck Adams - Wikipedia
Nunamiut
The Nunamiut or Nunatamiut people (Iñupiaq Nunataaġmiut) are semi-nomadic inland Iñupiat, located in northern and northwestern Alaskan interior, mostly around the Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, whose ancesto...
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Uummarmiut
The Uummarmiut (people of the green trees) is the name given to the Inuvialuit who live predominantly in the Mackenzie Delta communities of Aklavik and Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada. Their lan...
John Baker (musher)
John Quniaq Baker (born 1962 or 1963 in Kotzebue, Alaska) is self-employed American dog musher, pilot and motivational speaker of Inupiat descent who consistently places in the top 10 during the long ...
Donald Olson
Donald C. "Donny" Olson is a Democratic member of the Alaska Senate, representing the T district since 2001. He rejected a bribe and was later exonerated in the Alaska political corruption probe.Olson...
Ada Blackjack
Ada Blackjack (May 10, 1898 – 1983) was an Iñupiat Inuit woman who lived for two years as a castaway on uninhabited Wrangel Island in northern Siberia.
Ada Blackjack Johnson was born in Solo...
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Ray Mala
Ray Mala (December 27, 1906 – September 23, 1952) was the first Native American movie star and the most prolific film actor Alaska has thus far produced. Mala was recently named a "Top Ten Alask...
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