The Indians of the North American Arctic, or Inuit, were the last of the native people to settle in North America and comprised eight distinct groups: Labrador, New Quebec, Baffin Island, Igloolik, Caribou, Netsilik, Cop... More »

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Over 12,000 years ago, groups of nomadic people began to emigrate across a land bridge that joined Asia to what is now Alaska. These were the ancestors of the tribes of North America, whose population was approximately 5... More »

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Arctic wolves are a subspecies of the grey wolf, originally native to the northern hemisphere north of 15 degrees north latitude. Behaviorally they are identical to other grey wolves. Arctic wolves live in packs ranging ... More »

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The indigenous people of the Arctic are the Inuit, which means "the people." An individual member is referred to as "Inuk," or "the person." Inuit are native to northern Canada, Alaska, Greenland and Siberia. Formerly, t... More »

Facts for kids about Indian culture include that the sari is the most popular traditional garment for women. Always made from 9 yards of precisely draped fabric, the sari is appropriate for all types of occasions, formal... More »

The theory of social construction, explained in depth by the University of California, asserts that society places people in groups and favors certain groups over others. The International Encyclopedia states that a soci... More »

African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Americans and Hispanic and Latino Americans are examples of cultural groups found in the United States.These cultural groups share cultural practices, traditi... More »