1941 - Inuit people have to carry "Eskimo Tags" or discs with their number on them
In 1941, based on a proposal made in 1935, the Government of Canada began requiring Inuit to wear tags stamped with unique identification numbers. The Inuit word for the system was ujamiit. In English, the tags themselves — leather coin-sized disks that many people have likened to “dog tags” — read “Eskimo Identification Canada.” - Acres of Snow
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Clelina Kalluk, Illustrated by Alexandria Neonakis
lyrical lulaby book with traditional Inuit beliefs.