Monday, July 18, 2016

Rink. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo

Today's free book is Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo by Henry Rink with illustrations drawn by Eskimo artists. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Sacred Texts and Hathi Trust; the links below are to the Sacred Texts edition online.



INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.


1. KAGSAGSUK.

2. THE BLIND MAN WHO RECOVERED HIS SIGHT.

3. IGIMARASUGSUK.

4. KUMAGDLAT AND ASALOK.

5. AKIGSIAK.

6. THE FRIENDS.

7. KATERPARSUK.

8. A TALE ABOUT TWO GIRLS.

9. THE BROTHERS VISIT THEIR SISTER.

10. KUNUK THE ORPHAN BOY.

11. THE FAITHLESS WIFE.

12. THE MAN WHO MATED HIMSELF WITH A SEA-FOWL.

13. THE BARREN WIFE.

14. THE TWO BROTHERS.

15. GIVIOK.

16. TIGGAK.

17. MALAISE—THE MAN WHO TRAVELLED TO AKILINEK.

18. NAVARANAK OR JAVRAGANAK.

19. AVARUNGUAK OR AGDLERUT.

20. THE GIRL WHO MARRIED AN ATLIARUSEK.

21. THE LOST DAUGHTER.

22. ANGUTISUGSUK.

23. SITLIARNAT.

24. THE REINDEER-HUNT OF MERKISALIK.

25. NAMAK.

26. THE LONELY BROTHERS.

27. SIKUTLUK.

28. THE GIRL WHO FLED TO THE INLANDERS.

29. THE ORPHANS.

30. THE GIRL WHO WENT AWAY IN SEARCH OF HER BROTHER.

31. THE DOG.

32. THE WIDOW'S VENGEANCE.

33. A LAMENTABLE STORY.

34. UVIKIAK.

35. THE SUN AND THE MOON.

36. NIVNITAK.

37. THE BROTHER WHO WENT TO AKILINEK IN SEARCH OF HIS SISTER.

38. USSUNGUSSAK OR SAVNIMERSOK.

39. THE CHILD-MONSTER.

40. THE KIVIGTOK.

41. THE WOMAN WHO GOT CONNECTED WITH THE INGNERSUIT OR UNDER-WORLD PEOPLE.

42. ABOUT THE CHILDREN OF TWO COUSINS.

43. THE GIRL WHO WAS STOLEN BY AN INLANDER.

44. THE CHILD THAT WAS STOLEN BY THE INLANDERS.

45. THE ANGAKOK'S FLIGHT TO AKILINEK.

46. THE KAYAKERS IN CAPTIVITY WITH THE MALIGNANT INGNERSUIT.

47. THE ORPRAN BOY ILIARSORKIK.

48. THE BROTHERS WHO WERE LOST ON THEIR JOURNEY UP THE FIORD.

49. THE SOLITARY KAYAKER.

50. KASIAGSAK, THE GREAT LIAR.

51. THE REVIVED WHO CAME TO THE UNDER-WORLD PEOPLE.

52. THE OLD BACHELOR.

53. SALIK THE KIVIGTOK.

54. STORIES ABOUT THE ANCIENT KAVDLUNAIT.

55. PISAGSAK AND THE KIVIGTOK.

56. THE ANGAKOK TUGTUTSIAK.

57. THE WITCHCRAFT OF KULANGE.

58. THE OLD MEN'S REVENGE.

59. ATERFIO.

60. INUGTUJUSOK.

61. THE SONS WHO AVENGED THEIR MOTHER.

62. ERNERSIAK THE FOSTER-SON.

63. THE OLD SOUTHLANDER.

64. NAUJARSUAK AND KUKAJAK.

65. THE TWO FRIENDS RESCUED BY THE BENEVOLENT INGNERSUIT.

66. THE STRONG MAN ON THE ISLAND OF K’ERKA.

67. NIAKUNGUAK.

68. AUGPILAGTOK.

69. THE ANGAKOK ATAITSIAK PRACTISING HIS ART WITH THE BENEVOLENT INGNERSUIT.

70. THE STRONG MAN ON UMANAK.

71. KIGUTIKAK WHO WAS CARRIED OFF BY THE WHALERS.

72. THE MAN NOT TO BE LOOKED AT BY THE EUROPEANS.

73. THE ANGAKOK FROM KAKORTOK.

74. UTEREETSOK'S JOURNEY TO THE FAR NORTH.

75. SAVANGUAK.

76. INUARUTLIGAK—WHOSE CHRISTIAN NAME WAS PETER RANTHOLL.

77. AKUTAK AND INUINAK.

78. ARNARSARSUAK, THE KIVIGTOK WOMAN.

79. AVATARSUAK, WHO WAS BAPTISED NATHAN.

80. ABOUT THE MEN FROM THE FIRTH VISITING THE PEOPLE AT THE OPEN SEA-SHORE.

81. THE DESERTED WOMAN AND HER FOSTER-DAUGHTER.

82. ISIGARSIGAK.

83. ATALIANGUAK.

84. A VISIT TO THE GIANTS.

85. KAGSUK.

86. THE DREAM AND CONVERSION OF AKAMALIK.

NOTE.—Of the following Tales only the principal parts have been selected {by the author}, and are given here in a very fragmentary form.

88. ATLUNGUAK

89. NAKASUNGNAK

90. THE ANGHIAK

91. THE MOON

92. THE WOMAN WHO WANTED TO BE A MAN

93. AN ANGAKOK FLIGHT

94. THE MEANS FOR GETTING CHILDREN

95. KANGINGUAK

96. KIGDLINARARSUK

97. A MAN LIVING ON KARUSUK

98. ATARSUATSIAK

99. AMONG THE LAST ANGAKUT AT KANGERDLUGSUATSIAK

100. ATUNGAK, A TALE FROM LABRADOR

101. MALARSUAK, A STORY FROM EAST GREENLAND

102. A TALE FROM LABRADOR

103. AKLAUJAK, A TALE FROM LABRADOR

104. THE GIANT OF KANGERSUAK OR CAPE FAREWELL

105. THE KIDNAPPERS

106. THE VISITING ANIMALS

107. AVIGIATSIAK

108. THE BIRD'S CLIFF

109. KUANAK, AN ANGAKOK IN SOUTH GREENLAND

110. AN ANGAKOK ON KEKERTARSUAK

111. SINGAJUK AND HIS DESCENDANTS

112. THE COUSINS

113. MANIK

114. THE LAND OF THE ISARUKITSOK BIRD

115. KAKORTULIAK

116. THE KUINASARINOOK

117. AN OLD MAN, WHO WAS ALWAYS ANXIOUS TO OUTDO OTHER PEOPLE

118. THE REVENGING ANIMALS

119. THE IGDLOK

120. IVIANGERSOOK TRAVELLED ALL AROUND THE COAST OF GREENLAND

121. A MARRIED COUPLE REMAINED CHILDLESS ON ACCOUNT OF THEIR BOTH BEING ANGAKOK

122. AN OLD MAN LOST HIS ONLY SON

123. ANGAKORSIAK WAS VERY PROUD OF HIS ANGAKOK WISDOM

124. A GIRL NAMED TUAGTUANGUAK

125. THE GIFTS FROM THE UNDER-WORLD

126. THE TUPILAK

127. THE GRATEFUL BEAR

128. THE INHABITANTS OF AKILINEK

129. THE MOTHER AND SON AS KIVIGTUT

130. THE HELP FROM INGNERSUIT

131. THE REMOVAL OF DISCO ISLAND

132. THE AMAROK

133. AN OLD BACHELOR

134. A GIRL NAMED ISSERFIK

135. THE SUNRISE

136. THE ARNARKUAGSAK

137. SAUGAK

138. THE BLOODY ROCK

139. ISIGARSIGAK AND HIS SISTER

140. A WOMAN NAMED ARNASUGAUSSAK

141. A TALE FROM EAST GREENLAND

142. ANOTHER TALE FROM EAST GREENLAND

143. THE SWIMMER, A TALE FROM LABRADOR

144. THE NATIVES OF LABRADOR

145. THE SHARK AS PROVIDER

146. A WOMAN NAMED ALEKAKUKIAK

147. THE OCEAN-SPIDER

148. A WOMAN WHO WAS MATED WITH A DOG

149. KATIGAGSE

150. ORDLAVARSUK


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