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Nunamiut of Alaska

Caribou ahead? For 11,000 years, the Nunamiut people have called Northern Alaska home, with their cycles of life determined by the annual migrations of caribou. Many Nunamiut now live in Anaktuvuk Pass, a village located in Alaska’s North Slope, on a migratory caribou route. Nunamiut still travel widely (by snow machine) in search of caribou.

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