The bill above from Barnum's
The Esquimaux Arctic Regions
Providence Daily Journal, January 5, 1863
LECTURE on Life
among the Esquimaux, during two years remarkable discoveries
by C.F. Hall, Esq., who has lately returned from his
Explorations in the Icy North, bringing with him specimens
of the Native Tribes, and their Dogs. Also, valuable
relics and important information concerning Frobisher's
Expedition of nearly three hundred years ago.
Esquimaux Family consists of E-BIER-BING, (Man,)
TUK-OO-LI-TOO, (Woman) TUK-EE-LIK-E-TA, (Child.) Will
be present, dressed in full Native Costume, attended by
their Faithful Dog, BAR-BE-KARK, and exhibiting some of
their Hunting Implements. The Lecture will be
illustrated by large Maps and Diagrams.
above Lecture and Exhibition will take place MONDAY EVENING
January 5th, 1963, at o'-clock, (doors will be open at
6 1/4 o'clock,) at ROGER WILLIAMS HALL. Tickets 26
cents, to be had at the bookstores and Clapp Cory's.
subsequent Lecture and Exhibition of the Esquimaux will be
given at the same place to the children of the respective
schools, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, January 7th at two o'clock.
Admittance 10 cents,
further particulars see small bills.