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Roles of Women

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     The women prepared the food, worked on skins and made clothing.  Every women got married.  A mother nursed their children and carried them until they were 3 years old.  Women also took care of the house.  The women had to cut the hunted animal, cook and gather roots and berries.  They prepared the animal skins, made and mended the clothes.  This was difficult because most Inuits dressed in two of each garment.  This included a coat with a hood, pants, stockings, mittens, and shoes or boots.  It was their job to care for the children and melt the ice and snow for drinking water.

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