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The cruise of the Esquimaux (steam whaler) to Davis Straits and Baffin Bay, April-October, 1899.
A. Barclay Walker
|LC Classifications||G720 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
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The reasoning of these Esquimaux, however, seemed of a different nature, and of a more "liberal" character: it has often been used in far other lands, and lias been considerably acceptable to the multitude, before the days of Wat Tyler and since; as it is a rule of action for Dim who pilfers a book from a library or a rare shell from a cabinet. For more than a century and a half, mystery has shrouded the Franklin Expedition, a doomed attempt to find the fabled Northwest Passage. The expedition’s two ships departed England in and were abandoned three years later in the Arctic ice off Canada’s King William Island. All crew members died. Left behind were scraps.
English  Noun . Esquimaux. plural of Esquimau. Henry S. Salt () A Plea for Vegetarianism and Other Essays, page “I may here remark in passing that Sir Henry Thompson’s reference to the Esquimaux, as an instance of a people to whom a vegetarian diet would be impossible, is not of much practical value to English readers in the elucidation of this food question ”. Eskimo (/ ˈ ɛ s k ɪ m oʊ / ESS-kih-moh) or Eskimos are the indigenous circumpolar peoples who have traditionally inhabited the northern circumpolar region from eastern Siberia (Russia) to Alaska (United States), Canada, and Greenland. Today, the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) is composed of approximately , Inuit people living across Alaska, Canada, Greenland, .
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Barclay Walker. [Arctic Whaling] The Cruise of the Esquimaux (Steam Whaler) to Davis Straits and Baffin Bay April-OctoberNotes From the Diary of A. Barclay Walker. pp, Published by the Liverpool Printing and Stationery Company (), with fold-out map and twenty eight photographic illustrations within text.
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Barclay Walker Item Preview remove-circle. An Esquimaux baby or child never knows the taste of candy or sweets as you do ; a clean piece of fat is their especial treat. They never see a doll, ribbon, laces, toys or picture-books; their only trinkets of adornment are a few beads purchased from voyagers, and these they prize as you would a costly necklace.
An Esquimaux baby or child never knows the taste of candy or sweets as you do; a clean piece of fat is their special treat. They never see a doll, ribbon, laces, toys or picture-books; their only trinkets of adornment are a few beads purchased from voyagers, and these they prize as you would a costly necklace.
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The Esquimaux is another of the foreign breeds occasionally seen here, rather larger and heavier than the Chow, and longer in head and neck, generally some shade of grey or black and white in colour with a harsh outer, but dense warm under coat, rather long and arched in neck, eyes obliquely set, small for size of dog, and very sly and wolf-like in expression, with pricked ears.
The two intelligent Esquimaux, Ebierbing and Tookoolito, who accompanied the author on his return home, after remaining with him for two years, go back with him on this second voyage.
The author enters upon this undertaking with lively hopes of success; he will not, like most previous explorers, set his foot on shore for a few days or weeks, or.To make himself competent for this more interesting and important research, the author patiently acquired the language and familiarized himself with the habits of the Esquimaux, and he now returns to their country able to speak with them, to live among them, and to support his life in the same manner that they do theirs; to migrate with them from.The Esquimaux dog is about 22 or 23 inches high, and varies greatly in appearance, having been crossed considerably with the Newfoundland and Labrador species.
The illustration, fig. 20, represents a variety used mostly in the region about York Factory, Rupert's Rivers, and Labrador. It is generally of the Newfoundland type.