North Pole Legacy: Black, White, and Eskimo


This work records the details of the American-Eskimo hunting life in the tradition of Arctic writing and also tries to estimate how close the explorers Peary and Henson and their four companions, Ootah, Eginwah, Ooquesah and Seegloo came, in 1909, to reaching the Pole. The author, Professor Counter, has received a Special Award from the NAACP for the work on which this book is based. He is also Director of the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations.

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