By Craig A Doherty
A part of the 10-volume set local the US, this name tells the background and tradition of Arctic peoples. It starts with a quick set advent that discusses a few of the wide heritage and issues came across all through Arctic peoples' tradition, in addition to explains the concept that of tradition parts to scholars.
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If the woman wanted to accept the marriage proposal, she would bring a meal to her suitor in the kashim. In most cases, the woman would move to her husband’s family home, but before she did so, the new husband would have to pay a bride’s fee. As the people of the Arctic had little in the way of excess goods to compensate a family for the loss of a daughter, ( 14 ( Arctic Peoples the husband would usually move in with his new wife’s family and help support them for one to two years. The bride’s fee usually ended on the birth of their first child.
In the winter, Arctic people had to travel over snow and ice to hunt. Thousands of years ago, the people of the Arctic domesticated the dog and created the original sled dogs. Teams of dogs were used to pull large sleds over the frozen Arctic land and frozen seascape. In the fall, whole villages would load all ( 36 ( Arctic Peoples their belongings onto their sleds and travel over the ice to their winter homes. Smaller sleds were used by hunters to carry their weapons out onto the ice to hunt seals and then carry the animals they killed back to their village.
When they hunted whales, they might be joined by the men of other households. In the largest Inuit communities, the men of a village might live in one or more separate houses known as a kashim. Marriage was an important aspect of life in the Arctic. Girls would marry shortly after reaching puberty while young men would be three, four, or more years older before their first marriage. Because of the close relationship of the families in Arctic villages, young people often married relatives. It was considered taboo for people to marry their siblings or first cousins, but out of necessity more distant cousins often married.
Arctic Peoples (Native America) by Craig A Doherty