The Inuksuk (pronounced ee-nook-shook) was a stone monument erected by the Inuit — the first people to inhabit portions of Alaska, Arctic Canada, and Greenland — to provide direction for travelers or communicate a message that would make the journey safer and easier for those who followed. Every Inuksuk is as unique as the individual stones from which it is built. These stone figures can be small or large, a single rock, several rocks balanced on top of each other, boulders placed in a ...

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