The remote American territories  of Alaska and the Yukon were a complete mystery to most Americans.
The Esquimaux (or Esquimau), was an attraction  that gave the Pike-goer a hint on this frigid region. The attraction consisted of  a Esquimau Village, complete with dog sleds and glaciers.

There were sled dog shows, Esquimau displays of athletic skill,  and matrimonial and burial ceremonies.

The Klondike Mining Company had a display of  panning  for gold.

Esquimaux men cracked their whips to snatch a coin from a volunteer's fingers.

The finale of the show was a representation of the Aurora Borealis.
Exhibit Statistics

Building cost: 17,300 dollars
Price of Admission-  25 cents adults 15 cents
Exhibition Profit-  44,062.70 dollars
Esquimau  Kayaking 1904 World's Fair
Lee  Gaskins'   AT THE FAIR  The 1904 St. Louis World's   Fair 
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Esquimau  Children
Esquimau Group  with  Dogs and Sealskin tents  which they  lived in  during  the  summer.
An Esquimau float during  parade