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24 Neumayer 1891; Barr and Tolley 1982: 44. Sheridan was also met by the Anglican missionaries (Lewis 1904: 323). 25 Wakeham, 1898: 74. 26 Cole 1983: 22, 36, 44. 27 It is likely that Franz Boas met Duval. In his diary he refers to a German-American, the second helmsman on an American whaler (Cole 1992: 44). 28 Harper 1990. 29 Stevenson 1984: 93. 30 Aisa Papatsie, interview, May 22, 1995, notes, 2, CMC. 31 Aksayuk Etuangat, interview, September 24, 1993, tape 2b, 3a and notes, CMC. 32 Boas 1885: 79.
Elaiyah Keenainak. October 7, 1993. Interviewed by Cathleen Knotsch; translated by July Papatsie. Tapes, Canadian Museum of Civilization. Aisa Papatsie. May 22, 1995. Interviewed by Cathleen Knotsch; translated by July Papatsie. Notes, 3 p. 40 CATHLEEN KNOTSCH Archival Sources National Archives of Canada NA, Ottawa RG 85, vol. , file A 1000/170, pt. i. RG 18, ace. 85-86/048111, file TA-5oo-8-i-n. Published Sources Barr, W. 1985. " In William Barr, The Expeditions of the First International Polar Year, 1882-1883, Arctic Institute of North America Technical Paper no.
39 The RCMP officers were keeping an identification list for each district. Panniqtuuq housed the RCMP detachment for the E6 district, which included all camps in the Cumberland Sound region as well as the camps situated along the coastline of Davis Strait as far north as the settlement of Qivituuq. , written on it. The purpose of this procedure was to identify the individuals, because many people carried the same name and family names did not exist. During the tuberculosis epidemics, when many Inuit were brought to southern hospitals, the discs were meant to simplify identification and to ensure that patients were returned to the right settlement and family.