The man who pointed the way to the Erebus

This is a great story about someone who didn't get the credit he is due. I wonder if his story is one of the ones that Jim Basille is referring to in his letter to the government

Yet some felt that one group of people remained uncredited for the discovery. The tales of the Inuit hunters who claimed to witness — and even met — the fallen explorers. Their stories were often dismissed. But one amateur historian, Louie Kamookak from the hamlet of Gjoa Haven, refused to give up; he spent 30 years collecting oral histories from Inuit elders and comparing them to the journals of subsequent expeditions.