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Inuit journey e-book

Author:

Edith Iglauer

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Social Sciences

ePub size:

1918 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Douglas & McIntyre (1979)

Pages:

240

ISBN:

029595650X

Inuit journey e-book

by Edith Iglauer


In April 1999, the Inuit dream of a self-governing territory in the eastern Arctic - Nunavut (Our Land) - became a reality.

In April 1999, the Inuit dream of a self-governing territory in the eastern Arctic - Nunavut (Our Land) - became a reality. In April 1999, the Inuit dream of a self-governing territory in the eastern Arctic - Nunavut (Our Land) - became a reality

She was also a freelance writer for The New Yorker, Harper's, The Atlantic Monthly, and Geist magazine.

She married Philip Hamburger and raised two sons in New York

She married Philip Hamburger and raised two sons in New York. A frequent contributor to the New Yorker, she has written a great deal about Canada. Her first book, The New People (1966, reprinted and updated as Inuit Journey in 1979 and 2000) chronicled the growth of native cooperatives in the eastern Arctic. She profiled Pierre Trudeau in 1969 and internationally known architect Arthur Erickson in 1979. Denison's Ice Road is about the building of a 325-mile winter road above the Arctic Circle.

Geneva scholar School International Studies, 1937; recipient Woodrow WilsonPrize in modern politics Wellesley College, 1938, Cleveland Creative Achievement in Literature, Womens City Club, 1983. Active Harbour Commission, Pender Harbour, . 1993-1995; board directors Grips, Sechelt Peninsula, 1996-1998. She is the author of several non-fiction books, including Denison"s Ice Road (1975), Seven Stones, a profile of the architect Arthur Erickson (1971), and The New People: The Eskimo"s Journey into our Time (1966). She is also a freelance writer for The New Yorker, Harper"s, Atlantic Monthly and Geist magazine.

Cooperative societies - Canada, Northern, Inuit - Canada - Economic conditions. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station15. cebu on February 27, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Ms. Iglauer had been captivated by Canada well before the salmon assignment. It was later updated and twice republished as Inuit Journey

An American, she was one of the keenest and most eloquent interpreters of Canada for its neighbor to the south. Ms. In the 1960s, when she was a staff writer at The New Yorker, she began exploring regions of the country that journalists rarely visited, particularly its Arctic. On one assignment she provided a vividly detailed look at the workers who built a 325-mile winter ice road to the Arctic Circle. It was later updated and twice republished as Inuit Journey. In the Arctic, Ms. Iglauer again found herself in a male-dominated milieu.

Inuit Journey: The Co-operative Adventure in Canada's North. In April 1999, the Inuit dream of a self-governing territory in the eastern Arctic - Nunavut (Our Land) - became a reality.


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