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AN ESKIMO FAMILY. Tenderness and responsibility in their treatment of children is a virtue of the Eskimo which binds them closer to the brotherhood of civilized peoples than their skill at carving or with the needle.
Date created 21 May 2005; Original date: 1917
Source 300 ppi scan of the National Geographic Magazine, Volume 31 (1917), page 564.
Author George R. King.
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