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Inupiat

The Iñupiat (plural) or Iñupiaq (singular) and Iñupiak (dual) (from iñuk 'person' - and -piaq 'real', i.e., 'real people') or formerly Inyupik, Inupik are the people of Alaska's Northwest Arctic and North Slope boroughs and the Bering Straits region. Barrow, the northernmost city in the United States, is in the Inupiat region. The Iñupiat were divided into two regional hunter-gatherer groups: the Taġiuġmiut (formerly Tareumiut) («people of sea»), living on or near the north Alaska coast, and the Nunamiut («people of land»), living in interior Alaska.

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Iḷisaġvik College
... The College serves the North Slope Borough and the Inupiat people, and is dedicated to strengthening Inupiat culture, language, values and traditions ... Ilisagvik College is sanctioned by the Inupiat Community of the Arctic Slope (ICAS) tribal government ...
Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska - History
... caribou droppings in Inupiaq, the language of the Inupiat ... There was a nomadic group of Inupiat called Nunamiut that lived inland in northern Alaska and lived by hunting caribou instead of the marine mammals and fish hunted by the rest of the Inupiat, who ...
Esquimaux - Inuit - Alaska's Inupiat
... Main article Inupiat people The Inupiat people are the Inuit people of Alaska's Northwest Arctic and North Slope boroughs and the Bering Straits region ...
Inuit
... to these groups, because it includes both of Alaska's Yupik and Inupiat peoples while "Inuit" is not proper or accepted as a term for the Inupiat ... In the United States, Inupiat live on the North Slope in Alaska and on Little Diomede Island ...