E- Alaska Indian Villages, Towns and Settlements

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A complete listing of all the Indian villages, towns and settlements as listed in Handbook of Americans North of Mexico.

Eider (trans, of Igognak, ‘eider duck’). An Aleut village on Captain bay, Unalaska, Alaska, at a point of the same name. Pop. 39 in 1830, according to Veniaminoff.

Eiwhuelit. A division of the Yuit Eskimo on St Lawrence id., Bering sea. Bogoras says “they are plainly a colony from the nearest [Siberian] shore, probably from Indian point.” The villages are Chibukak, Chitnak, Kialegak, Kukuliak, Puguviliak, and Punuk.

Ekaloaping. A Padlimiut Eskimo settlement in Padli fjord, Baffin land.

Ekaluakdjuin. A summer settlement of the Saumingmiut subtribe of the Okomiut Eskimo, N. of Cumberland sd.

Ekalualuin A summer settlement of the Akudnirmiut Eskimo on Home bay, Baffin land.

Ekaluin. A summer settlement of the Nugumiut Eskimo of Baffin land at the head of Frobisher bay.

Ekaluin. A summer settlement of Talirpingmiut Eskimo on the s. shore of Cumberland sd.

Ekalukdjuak. A summer settlement of the Kingua Okomiut Eskimo at the head of Cumberland sd.

Ekaluktaluk. An Eskimo village in the Kuskokwim district, Alaska; pop. 24 in 1893.

Ekilik. A Togiagamiut village on Togiak r., near its mouth, in Alaska. Pop. 192 in 1880; 60 in 1890.

Ekilik. A Togiagamiut village on Togiak r., near its mouth, in Alaska. Pop. 192 in 1880; 60 in 1890.

Ernivwin (Er′nĭvwĭñ). An Utkiavinmiut Eskimo summer camp inland from Pt Barrow, Alaska. Murdoch in 9th Rep. B. A. E., 83, 1892.

Eskimauan Family. A linguistic stock of North American aborigines, comprising two well-marked divisions, the Eskimo and the Aleut (q. v. ). See Powell in 7th Rep. B. A. E., 71, 1891.

Etoluk. An Alaskan Eskimo village in the Kuskokwim district; pop. 25 in 1890.

Eyak. An Ugalakmiut Eskimo village at the entrance of Prince William sd., Alaska; pop. 94 in 1890, 222 in 1900. Near by is a cannery called Odiak, where 273 people live.



MLA Source Citation:

Hodge, Frederick Webb, Compiler. The Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico. Bureau of American Ethnology, Government Printing Office. 1906. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 31 October 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/e-alaska-indian-villages-towns-and-settlements.htm - Last updated on Oct 14th, 2013


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