Sinews of Survival: The Living Legacy of Inuit Clothing

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CHAPTER 4
INUIT STYLE

We know what kind of clothing should be worn to fight the cold.

Mina Napartuk of Kuujjuaraapik 1

We still use the methods our ancestors used to make the clothing.

Akinisie Novalinga of Purvirnituq 2

We are the people of the north and that will not change. So I can say that I am happy to see the children being taught in school more about the old ways, especially the language and sewing. I think as long as there are animals the girls should know how to look after the skins, to make clothes out of them because they will always be the best to wear in the winter time.

Evie Saviardjuk of Salluit 3

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps and Figures viii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1 the Inuit: Time and Space 5
  • Chapter 2 from Earth Sea, and Sky 31
  • Chapter 3 and Techniques 59
  • Chapter 4 Inuit Style 97
  • Chapter 5 Spiritual, Artistic, and Social Traditions 179
  • Chapter 6 New Explorations 223
  • Notes 246
  • Glossary of Place Names 252
  • References 255
  • Illustration Credits 264
  • Sponsors 266
  • Index 268
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