21. Little Eskimo
Little Eskimo and her husky, 1949.
Although the name “Eskimo” is commonly used in Alaska to refer to all Inuit and Yupik people of the world, this name is considered derogatory in many other places because it was given by non-Inuit people and was said to mean “eater of raw meat.”
Linguists now believe that “Eskimo” is derived from an Ojibwa word meaning “to net snowshoes.” However, the people of Canada and Greenland prefer other names. “Inuit,” meaning “people,” is used in most of Canada, and the language is called “Inuktitut” in eastern Canada although other local designations are used also. The Inuit people of Greenland refer to themselves as “Greenlanders” or “Kalaallit” in their language, which they call “Greenlandic” or “Kalaallisut.”
Most Alaskans continue to accept the name “Eskimo,” particularly because “Inuit” refers only to the Inupiat of northern Alaska, the Inuit of Canada, and the Kalaallit of Greenland, and it is not a word in the Yupik languages of Alaska and Siberia.
22. Ian McKellen
Ian McKellen (1960). Here are some other pics of Ian McKellen from 1960.
23. Carrie Fisher
Carrie Fisher with a 12-year-old Warwick Davis on the set of Return of the Jedi, 1982.
24. Four Generations
Father, son, Grandfather and Great Grandfather, photo by Irving Penn, New Guinea, 1970.
25. Window Washer
Window Washer working on the Empire Stare Building in 1936.
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