This is a comparison and contrast study of Eskimos and Northwest Indians, their environments, names of tribes, social customs, histories, arts and crafts and more. Some of these groups of people walked over the Bering Land Bridge over 12,000 years ago; other tribes followed. Each group adapted to different conditions with different resources available to them. The tribes and nations in this study live in two swaths--a coastal swath from the Beaufort Sea in Alaska to the northern California border and an inland swath of the same areas. Downloads of this book are $5.95; the CD is $9.95 plus $6 shipping. There are many historical black and white and modern color photographs in this book.