Who Invented the Igloo?


The igloo, also known as Inuit which means “snow house”, was invented centuries ago by the Eskimos. The igloo was a means for hunters to survive brutal winters in a vast area spanning more than 3,500 miles, including eastern Siberia, Greenland, Alaska and parts of Canada.
Q&A Related to "Who Invented the Igloo?"
The Inuit invented igloos. The Inuit were a native american eskimo tribe, and have been building igloos for hundreds of years. The word igloo means 'ice house'
It was the Inuits and certain Native American tribes and they did this for centuries
In Thule, the northeastern shore of Greenland, where the Inuit small community was isolated
Frank Epperson invented the popsicle when he was only eleven years old! It was 1905. 18 years later he applied for a patent for his popsicle.
1 Additional Answer
People of eastern Canada and in Greenland are credited with inventing the igloo. These people go by the name of Inuit's. Inuit's can also be found living in the Arctic circle.
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com