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Record #147042:

Døde sandheter og levende myter / Edmund Carpenter.

Title: Døde sandheter og levende myter / Edmund Carpenter.
Translated title: Dead truths and living myths.
Author(s): Carpenter, Edmund.
Date: 1998.
Language: Danish.
In: Grønland. (1998.), Vol. 5 (1998)
Abstract: Article describes controversies about whether Eskimo (later, Polar Eskimos who lacked bows etc.) were relics of primitive stage of evolution, doubted by Boas and Hrdlicka. Visits South by groups of Inuit from 1654 on are described. Last part tells of author's attempt to give proper burial to bones of four Polar Eskimos from American museum, and sad history of survivor Minik. Because of continuing belief in reincarnation, Qaanaaq Inuit accepted bones merely to oblige author. They received Christian burial before 100 crowd. Embroidered Minik story caught attention of Press and is to be PC film.
Notes:

Grønland. Vol. 5 :175-184 (1998).

Keywords: 299 -- Religions, indigenous.
39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
393 -- Deaths and funerals.
92 -- Biographies: Minik.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*387.6) -- Avanersuaq/Thule region.
SPRI record no.: 147042

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