constantly shifting: "They used to make qarmat from either stones or sod. From the time of my childhood I could remember the time when they would make the same qarmaq over and over again. The walls did not fall easily but the upper section would." C.A. Arnatsiaq. Quoteds in, Uqalurait: An Oral History of Nunavut. Montreal, Canada, 2004.

landscapes pulverize: R. Smith, "Finding a Muse in Mountains and Chestnut Trees." New York Times, 27January 2006.

right next to it: R.M. Rilke, Letters to Cézanne. New York, 1985.

artifacts, including: johnrae/index.html

copied the native: P. Berton, The Arctic Grail. New York, 1988.

was a nation: Ibid.

Here were men of intelligence: Ibid.

British society: