KANGUK, A BOY OF BERING STRAIT by William & Beardsley Albee
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KANGUK, A BOY OF BERING STRAIT

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Kanguk could draw his boyhood memories better than he could write them, so he drew the pictures and told his story to sympathetic ears, and here is the result. Live source material on the life of Eskimos at the point farthest west, of the ways in which an Eskimo boy is trained for manhood, of his hunting and fishing, his sports and his games, and of how each step prepared him for necessities of maturity.

Pub Date: Aug. 16th, 1939
Publisher: Little, Brown