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A GLIMPSE FROM AAPA characters ð 104 ä The story begins in the small rural Alaskan Inupia Eskimo village of Point Hope or Tikiga Kirk Oviok otherwise known as Tigluk along with his wife Rosemary find themselves and their ancient village amidst rapid change and a relocation process of the town of 300 residents Not long removed in its history wheDs in one his early stage years involved straying off of the path which both his grandparents or Aapa and Aaka as well as the community taught him throughout childhood eventually spiraling to a childhood of ignorant disobedience and finally a lack of any value system in his life altogether in part because of his circumstances This heartwarming story involves a tale of a good old American Eskimo ‘Old Yeller’ classic Follow the insights of the Eskimo life north into the Arctic Circle where this first of a three part series unfolds and brings to you a variety of roller coaster rides of a young boy and a small community and it experience of laughs loneliness worries curiosities sadness joys and perseveran.
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F him Brought forth during a period when it became rare to perform the ancient tradition and passing on of namesake's and Inupia prophecy involving newborns those rituals were still holding on by threads in particular with a local elder Avi who performed one such custom for the newborn baby boy alayua an Inupia name stemming from within the family throughout history was the name which she passed on to the boy he would immediately be saturated with everything consisting of the Tikiga tribe and its traditions that had remained vibrant since time immemorial much needed ingredients to help nurture parts of that very prophecy However a life of its own still needed to be had And what seemed like living two worl.
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A GLIMPSE FROM AAPAThe story begins in the small rural Alaskan Inupia Eskimo village of Point Hope or Tikiga Kirk Oviok otherwise known as Tigluk along with his wife Rosemary find themselves and their ancient village amidst rapid change and a relocation process of the town of 300 residents Not long removed in its history when the population was threatened by an atomic blast near North America's oldest continually inhabited settlement the locals had learned how to adapt as they always had been used to the Oviok family were no different in that regard In 1981 the elderly couple intervened their daughter Alice's plans involving her newly born son alayua when they orchestrated a plan which would accompany an eventual adoption o.