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

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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.