No one remembers the Iñupiaq word for the bumble bee flower. People call it that in English because bumble bees like to feed on it’s flower. In modern times,the Iñupiaq have adopted The Iñupiaq name for the bumble bee flower has been lost »»
The Iñupiaq name for the bumble bee flower has been lost807 Views
The Twelve Months of the Year in Inupiaq
Here are the names and meanings of the months in Inupiaq. The Twelve Months of the Year in Inupiaq »»
Inupiaq and Saint Lawrence Island Yu’pik
The Inupiaq and the St. Lawrence Island Yupik People, or “Real People,” are still hunting and gathering societies. They continue to subsist on the land and sea of north and northwest Alaska. Their lives continue to evolve around the whale, walrus, seal, polar bear, caribou and fish.