The 1887-1888 report included naturalist John Murdoch’s report of the Inuit he observed for two years at Point Barrow. The report is over 400 pages of finely detailed descriptions of the Inuit in all aspects of their culture, lives, hunting, traditions, and much more.
John Murdoch’s report starts on page 19 (of the report, not Adobe page numbers) and ends at page 434.
Pages of Interest:
Topography – 26
Inuit Physical Characteristics – 33
Social Surroundings (including other villages) – 43
Possible First White Man Contact in 1826? – 51