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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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Paul was discovered when a lost Aleut paddled north deep in the fog and heard the giant seal colonies that made leases on this island trade for millions of dollars even more than a century ago.
In his most striking instance, simply to realize that skins harvested by Aleuts and traded through Irkutsk connected at Kyaktha with skins harvested by Cree and traded through St.
The documents also suggest that the Russians and Aleuts treated the local Bodega Miwok and Kashaya Pomo Indians more humanely than did the Spaniards.
In the late 1930s, Ales Hrdlicka collected human remains from several sites in the Eastern Aleutians with the intent to use craniometric patterning to investigate Aleut origins.
While this rapid mobilization would create many stresses and strains on the long-isolated Native population, including the painful odyssey of the remaining Aleut population as it was relocated outside the war zone to camps in Alaska's southeast, the wartime experience would also help bring the two peoples closer together--most evident in the formation of the Alaska Eskimo Scouts in 1942, the famed "Tundra Army" organized by Major Marvin "Muktuk" Marston, which would become the Alaska Territorial Guard, with thousands of volunteers representing over 100 Aleut, Athabaskan, Inupiaq, Haida, Tlingit, Tsimshian, Yupik, and non-Native communities.
Archaeological data indicate that Aleuts have occupied Sanak Island for over 6000-7000 years and Pacific cod bones dominate the matrices of all preserved midden deposits from over 120 prehistoric village sites found on the island.
Aleutian Pribilof islands Association President/CEO Dimitri Philernonof has demonstrated his dedication and love by serving the Aleut People over the past 30 years.
Paul Island in the Pribilofs, the Aleut villagers have the dubious distinction of posting Alaska's highest diabetes rates.
In free verse, Hesse tells of Vera and other Aleuts who are moved to Ketchikan in 1942 when the Japanese invade the Aleutian Island.
The tribe lived in well-built wooden houses, built wooden boats and canoes, carved totem poles, and were more advanced that the Aleuts and other Alaskan Native Americans living in the area.
Based on the NHIS data, American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts used mobility devices and braces at higher rates than other races; however, they used hearing aids at significantly lower rates than Whites.
And in this tough little town live an even tougher people--the Aleuts (AL-ee-ootz)--one of Alaska's native peoples.
The shamans, it was reported among the Aleuts, had announced previously that a new faith tradition would come from the West, and when the missionaries approached in their canoes they found the villagers gathered on the seashore to meet them.
Finally, the Aleuts consists of Aleut, Alutiiq and a mixture group from the St.