Some Inuit groups used ridicule in the form of song duels as a means of conflict resolution. Two men who had failed to resolve a conflict by other means would secretly compose derisive songs about their adversary. The whole camp gathered in a large igloo to observe the song duel.
7-Eleven convenience stores were once called “Totem Stores” and featured an authentic Inuit totem pole in front of each location.
The Inuit conquered the Arctic from a now-extinct people called the Dorset. The Dorset were allegedly larger and stronger than the Inuit but not warlike and easily scared off.
A family of Native Americans were taken from Canada in 1880 to be displayed in zoos in Europe.
The Inuit people offer hunted seals a drink of fresh water before they die.