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Pipaluk Freuchen
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Freuchen, Peter. Arctic Adventure: My Life in the Frozen North. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, 1935. In these tales of his experiences, Peter Freuchen recounts his life with Navarana and his children, Mequsaq and Pipaluk. It includes photographs of Pipaluk dressed in Eskimo and in European clothes.

Book of the Eskimos. Edited by Dagmar Freuchen. New York: Fawcett Crest, 1961. A series of essays that focus on Eskimo culture, addressing topics from love and marriage to crime and punishment. The book contains photographs of Pipaluk and the Freuchen family as well as some biographical information.

Martignoni, Margaret E. "Adventure Up North." New York Times (November 11, 1951): 28. A short book review representative of the positive critical reception of Eskimo Boy.

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