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inuit - (tõelised inimesed) eskimotel enda kohta (eskimo - algonkinide kõnepruugis
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Inuit Culture

Inuit Culture, Traditions, and History Traditional Inuit way of life was influenced by the harsh climate and stark landscapes of the Arctic tundra ­ from beliefs inspired by stories of the aurora to practicalities like homes made of snow. Inuit invented tools, gear, and methods to help them survive in this environment. Read on to learn more about traditional Inuit ways of life, and how Inuit cultu...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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INUITID

INUITID Inuitid ehk lääneeskimod on rühm rahvaid ja hõime, kelle põline asuala on Põhja-Ameerika põhjaosas Kanadas, Alaskal ja Gröönimaal. Inuitt tähendab grööni keeles ,,inimesed". Selle nimetuse otsustas 1977. a kasutusele võtta inuittide rahvusvaheline organisatsioon Inuit Circumpolar Conference kõigi eskimote kohta, kuid eesti keeles soovitatakse inuittideks...

Kultuur - Põhikool
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Canada

The Aboriginal population of Canada is a diverse population with distinct cultures, languages, religious beliefs and political systems. There are many ways of defining the Aboriginal population, which can result in different estimates of its size. There is no single or "correct" definition and the choice of a definition depends on the purpose for which it is to be used. The First nations are Indians, Metis and Inuits , but the term Indian is called inappropriate, so now they are called the Native peoples. There are also legal terms for them and it applies to a native person who is registered under the Indian Act and it means that they are entitled to free medical care, education and training. Some of them, whose ancestors signed treaties also receive a small amount of money. Metis are the people who are half indigenous and half other race, the came from the mar...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Greenland

Located in Arctic Ocean Also known as Grønland Kalaallit Nunaat Population 60,324 (2000 Estimate) Total area 2,175,600 square kilometres Greenland, a selfgoverning dependency of Denmark, is the largest island in the world. Greenland consists of an interior icecovered plateau surrounded by a mountainous, generally icefree rim. The interior ice cap is thickest near the centre of the island, where...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kanada referaat

Canada is based on recognizing the cultural diversity of different nations living in Canada. All the communities living on the country are encouraged to remember their origins and hold their own ethnic events and national festivals. Cultural diversity makes Canada even more interesting. There are many native peoples throughout Canadalike the Crees, Mohawks, Iroquis and Sioux. In the north of the Country, the Inuit (Eskimos) now have a selfgoverning homeland called Nunavut (meaning "our land"). It is over two million sq km and is inhabited by 17,500 Inuits. Canada is one of the most tolerant societies in the world. For example only 13 % of canadians say that they would object their children marrying someone from another race (compared with 32 % in the USA). Canada's political structure is independent constitutional monarhcy. And head of st...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Topic - Canada

Cultural diversity makes Canada even more interesting. In spite of this, in recent years there is a strong movement in French-speaking Quebec to become an independent country. There are many different native people throughout Canada like the Crees, Mohawks, Troquois and Sioux. In the north of the country, the Inuit (Eskimos) now have a self-governing homeland called Nunavut, meaning our land. It is over two million square kilometers and it is inhabited by 17,500 Inuits. The national symbol of Canada is the maple leaf. The national tree is the maple. Canada is also the most tolerant societies in the world because only 13% of Canadians say that they would object their children marrying somebody of a different race, compared with 32% in the...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Canada 2

Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world with a territory of about 10 million square kilometers and it is bordered by three oceans: the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. The population of Canada i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Commonwealth of nations and the Brittish Empire

Why was it often said that ,,the sun never sets on the British Empire"? ... is used to describe an empire of such a large extent that, at any one time, at least part of its territory is in daylight. This was a saying refering to the fact that Britian had colonies all around the world. 2. What is the Commonwealth? The Commonwealth is an associatio...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Inuitid

"Inuit" tähendab inimest nende keeles. Mehed Inuitid käivad iga päev jahil ,või kala püüdmas. Nende tööristadeks on harpuunid ning metallriistad, mis aitavad liha lõigata, seda süüa ning puhastada. Kõik tööristad on käsitsi valmistatud. Naised valmistavad toitu ning õmblevad riideid, mis on valmist...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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Student World Atlas (Maailma atlas)

Malestrom Major Rivers N am e Continent Out fl o w T o tal Lengt h (mi.) Nile Africa Mediterran ean Sea 4,1 60...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Kanada

Canada is a very big country in the continent of North America. It is about 10 million square kilometres and that makes it the second largest country in the world after Russia. Quebec (the province) is six times as big as the UK. Canada borders the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Arctic Ocean and the USA. The capital of Canada is Ott...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Report Of Canada

Inuvik, in the Mackenzie delta, can be reached by road, and every community is served by air. Most have electricity, stores and health services. North of the mainland is a maze of islands separated by convoluted straits and sounds, the most famous of which link together to form the fabled Northwest Passage, the route to the Orient sought by so many early explorers. Reflecting a growing autonomy, the Inuit (formerly known as Eskimos) are gradually changing place names into their language, Inuktitut. For example, the people of Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island, Nunavut, decided to rename their community Iqualuit, which means "place of fish." Used materials: http:www.nationsencyclopedia.comeconomiesAmericasCanada.html http:www.google.ee#hl=et&q=Canada+relief&lr=&aq=f&oq=Canada+relief&fp=9d88 a292ff611cf4 http:www.members.shaw.cakcic1geographic...

Inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Canada - history and provinces.

They were the ancestors of nowadays indigenous people of Canada. They just searched better for living places and followed their prey and they didn't even know they were on a different continent. The first explorers were Norse seafarers known as Vikings. As they sailed from Iceland to Greenland in AD 985, they...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Quebec

The only Canadian province with a predominantly French- speaking population. Largest province by area. second-largest administrative division. Bordes West by the province of Ontario, James Bay and Hudson Bay. North by Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay. East by th...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Põhikool
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Report: Canada

Formally considered a constitutional monarchy, Canada is governed by its own House of Commons. While the governor-general is officially the representative of Queen Elizabeth II, in reality the governor-general acts only on the advice of the Canadian prime minister. History: The first inhabitants of Canada were native Indian peoples, primarily the Inuit (Eskimo). The Norse explorer Leif Eriksson probably reached the shores of Canada (Labrador or Nova Scotia) in 1000, but the history of the white man in the country actually began in 1497, when John Cabot, an Italian in the service of Henry VII of England, reached Newfoundland or Nova Scotia. Canada was taken for France in 1534 by Jacques Cartier. The actual settlement of New France, as it was then called, began in 1604 at Port Royal in what...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Põhikool
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Canada Topic

Population Canada is one of the most sparsely populated, with only about 30 million inhabitants. The two biggest ethnic groups are those of British and French extraction. Quebec has a large French speaking majority. There are substantial minorities who speak other European languages, such as German, Scandinavian and Polish. Inuit and Indians in the Northwest and Yukon were the first inhabitants of Canada, the Indians crossing from Asian more than 10 000 years ago, and the Inuit which has distributed all around the Arctic circle. After the First World War, Canada was one of the principal creators of the Commonwealth. Climate Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary depending on the location. Winters can be very freeze in many regions of the co...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Canada topic

These waterways along with the St Lawrence River are an important transportation route from the Atlantic Ocean to Canada's interior. Between Lake Eire and Lake Ontario, the Niagara River plunges over a rocky ledge and forms the famous Niagara Falls. In the far north we find the Hudson Bay Lowlands, which are cold, flat, and swampy, with very few cities. This area is home mainly to Inuit and other indigenous peoples who have lived there for centuries. The St Lawrence Lowlands have excellent transportation facilities and lie near markets in the United States. These features help make the region a manufacturing centre, producing three- fourths of Canada's manufactured goods. Fertile soil and a mild climate enable farmers produce such important crops as barley, maize, soybeans, oats, fuits and vegetables. The regio...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Eskimod

Eskimod Eskimod on lähedaste rahvaste ja hõimude rühm, kelle põline asuala on Venemaal Tsuktsi poolsaarel ja PõhjaAmeerika põhjaosas Kanadas, Alaskal ning Gröönimaal. Nende asuala laiub idast läände 11 000 km ulatuses. Eskimod jagunevad kaheks liigiks: inuiti keeli kõnelevad inuitid ehk idaeskimod, ja jupiki keeli kõnelevad jupikid ehk...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Powerpoint teemal Native Americans

b Falling sea levels created the Bering land bridge that joined Siberia to Alaska, which began about 60,000­25,000 years ago. The indigenous peoples of the Americas are the pre Columbian inhabitants of North and South America, their descendants and other ethnic groups who are identified with those peoples. There are over 500 recognized native...

Ameerika ühiskond ja kultuur - Keskkool
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The Inuksuk

the way home warn of dangerous places showed where food was stored help hunt caribou herds (karjad) work of humans many Inuit lived on the sea ice stars in the night sky were important. Some Inuksuit were built to point toward the North Star Today much more than just a stone marker( kivid) symbol of the North and of leadership Traditional to mark their presence both in the Arctic and across this country. http:www.flickr.comphotosaqaf336092241093 http:www.pic2fly.comInutchuk.html http:www.google.eeim...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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