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The Inuit are the native cultures that continue to live on coastal areas of Arctic tundra in Canada, Alaska (USA), Siberia (Russia), and Greenland. Over this broad area there are many different groups of people ...Read more
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2/8 Dmitri Mendeleev, a Russian chemist who created the periodic table of elements, was born on this date in 1834
2/10 Wilhelm Roentgen,a German physicist who discovered x-rays, died on this date in 1923 Details
2/11 Birthday of Thomas Edison, an American inventor, on this date in 1847 Details