Christmas in the Big Igloo: True Tales from the Canadian Arctic

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Kenn Harper
Outcrop, 1983 - Social Science - 55 pages
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Collection of accounts describing Christmas in the Arctic over the past two hundred years.

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About the author (1983)

Kenn Harper has lived in the Arctic for over thirty years in Eskimo communities in the Baffin Region & in Qaanaaq, Greenland. He has worked as a teacher, development officer, historian, linguist, & businessman. He speaks Inuktitut, the Eskimo language of the eastern Canadian Arctic, & has written extensively on northern history & the Inuktitut language. He now lives in Iqaluit, capital of the new Arctic territory of Nunavut, & was recently elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society.

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