Links

Blogs

Arctic Peoples: Indigenous people at the Arctic Council.
Árran: Sami culture and news blog in North America.
Talking Alaska: This blog covers topics related to Alaska Native languages, including language documentation, language revitalization, language activism, and language endangerment.
Yakutia Today:YakutiaToday.Com is today’s guide to the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the biggest Russian region.

Curiosities
Dan’s Topical Stamps: More than 3000 stamps are shown.
Arctic & Antarctic pictures, images & stock photographs by Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography: The leading stock picture library for pictures of Polar Regions. Bryan & Cherry Alexander’s extensive collection of photographs from the Arctic and Antarctica.
Exploration in the Canadian Arctic – Musée McCord Museum McCord Museum of Canadian History
Nanook of the North – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Government
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador – About Newfoundland and Labrador
Sámediggi-Sametinget: the Saami Parliement in Norway.

Language

Oqaasileriffik – the Greenland Language Secretariat
Image:Inuktitut dialect map.png – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eyak language – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Maps

Polar Regions and Oceans Maps – Perry-Castañeda Map Collection – UT Library Online
Ethnologue report for Russia (Asia)

News

Aftenposten: the Norwegian newspaper in an English on-line edition.

People

Indigenous Peoples Issues and Ressources
Welcome to Innu-aimun.ca!
Innu – Survival International
Siberian Tribes – Survival International
Arctic People

Research

Avataq: Avataq Cultural Institute provides a strong foundation for the living culture of today’s Inuit.
Scott Polar Research Institute the Institute is a well-known and long-established centre for research into both polar regions. It is part of the University of Cambridge and is a sub-department of the Department of Geography.
Sealaska Heritage Institute: This blog is operated by the Sealaska Heritage Institute’s archivist and seeks to open a dialogue about general happenings at SHI’s Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) and maintain a scholarly dialogue on Southeast Alaska Native history and heritage. Located in Juneau, SCRC seeks to collect and preserve materials that document the history, culture, heritage, and language of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people and to make these materials available to the public.
Mercator-Centre: research on minority and endangered languages.
Voices of tundra and taiga: project from the Mercator Centre about the indigenous languages of Siberia.

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