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a member of any of three groups of Eskimos inhabiting western coastal Alaska from Prince William Sound north to Norton Sound, and St. Lawrence Island and ...

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A grammatical sketch of Siberian Yupik Eskimo, as spoken on St
This sketch of Siberian Yupik grammar should be regarded as the roughest .... This grammatical sketch deals with the Yupik Eskimo language spoken on St.
Traditional Yup'ik Knowledge— Lessons for All of Us - Alaska Native
Alaska Federation of Natives University of Alaska National Science Foundation Annenberg Rural Challenge. Traditional Yup'ik Knowledge—. Lessons for All of ...
Toolbox - University of Alaska Fairbanks
A toolbox for promoting youth sobriety and reasons for living in Yup'ik/Cup'ik communities. Center for Alaska Native Health Research. QUNGASVIK.
Overview of the Eskimo-Aleut Language Family and the Place of Yup'ik in. It. 12.
Yup'ik Dance: Old and New - Journal for the Anthropological Study
Yup'ik Dance: Old and New. In the following pages, I will describe some features of early and contemporary Yup'ik. Eskimo culture as recorded by outside ...

Suggested News Resources

Yup'ik school prepares to resume classes in new building
BETHEL — A Yup'ik elementary school in Bethel that was destroyed by a fire last year found a new temporary home inside a vacated grocery store. Students at Ayaprun Yup'ik Immersion School will start classes March 15 in the new building, which is still ...
Yupik immersion school resumes classes in new building
BETHEL, Alaska — A Yup'ik immersion school in Bethel that was destroyed by a fire in November has made a new temporary home inside a vacated grocery store. KYUK-AM reports ( ) that Ayaprun Yup'ik Immersion School students have ...
KNBA News - Pamyua Dances, Sings to Engage Teens with Yup'ik Culture
He had everyone sit in a big circle on the floor, leaving enough room in the middle for when he had to jump up and demonstrate some Yup'ik dancing moves every few minutes. “That's a good one, I like that one,” said Blanchett.
Alaskan Basketball Pilgrimage: Watching "I Am Yup'ik"
The phrase “growing the game,” as in internationally, hits the ears of most experienced NBA fans like a piece of political white noise, a corporate talking point.
Toksook Bay basketball player to star in ESPN's 'I am Yup'ik'
A short film starring Toksook Bay high school student Byron Nicholai will air on ESPN's SportsCenter next month. The film, 'I am Yup'ik' was filmed in Bethel and Toksook Bay.

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