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Synonyms for Aleut

a member of the people inhabiting the Aleutian Islands and southwestern Alaska

a community of Native Americans who speak an Eskimo-Aleut language and inhabit the Aleutian Islands and southwestern Alaska

the language spoken by the Aleut

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Almost 600 people - more than 90 percent Aleut - live on the 44-square-mile island in the midst of the productive Bering Sea.
We have the complete backing of our parent company, The Aleut Corporation, we have a great deal of professional expertise to offer-, and we're confident in our strength and our ability.
Their history is sprinkled with varied and fascinating elements, including the landing of Vitus Bering in 1741, the arrival in 1758 of Russian fur hunters and the ensuing fur trade, the Russian war with the Aleuts, the arrival and extended visit of Capt.
1763 Rebellion of Aleuts of Umnak, Unalaska and Unimak islands results in death of 193 Russians and Kamchadali.
The original come-back kid, Chugach went one step beyond Aleut Corp.
At the same time, the Aleut culture and people remained in control; the power and water were kept on; and the airport and docks continued operating.
You meet native Aleuts and get a possibly fishy taste of the local culture.
Together with the Amiq Institute of the Bering Sea, Kiiyakina and a group of local Aleuts, are attempting to revive local economy and culture.
Wong's sister as a high-mast welder, I may still be in trouble if there aren't enough female Aleuts or Samoans on the team.
About 4,000 Eskimos, Indians, and Aleuts who live in 18 villages along the coast sought damages for natural resources that could not be harvested because they were polluted by the spill.
Instead, she argues that the Aleuts are a quite separate relict Palaeoarctic population.
Department of the Interior at (202) 208-3773 and request the free Source Directory; it has an extensive listing of art and craft businesses owned and operated by Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts.
Exceptions to the shared mitochondrial heritage include Eskimos, Aleuts, Navajos, Apaches and a few others who arrived later on, he says.
CIRI) is the regional corporation for some 6,300 Athabascans, Eskimos, and Aleuts in southcentral Alaska.