I have been doing some looking around dance videos on U tube, and i keep running across various dances by native siberian peoples. Although they look very similar, they are attributed to different national groups. I have recently figured out that many of them actually represent one group, the Koryak, and perhaps the Itelmen. These are two seperate, but closely related peoples, The Itelmen live on the main body of the Kamchatka peninsula, and the Koryak live on the ithsmus that connects it to the mainland. Here is a schematic map of the eastern tip of Siberia, showing the native peoples.
The Koryak are shown in pink, the Itelmen south of them. The blue on the very eastern edge represents asiatic Eskimo. [btw, Eskimo is not the greatest term, but not all the Eskimo peoples refer to themselves as Inuit. That tem is only used by the central Eskimo peoples, basically those of Canada. Those of Greenland, Alaska and Siberia consider themselves to be distinct, referring to themselves as Yupik, Inupiaq, etc.]
I will cover the clothing, dance and embroidery of the Koryak. I have very little information as to the material culture of their neighbors to the south, but some of the videos that i will post links to are claimed by both of these peoples. If an Aliutor, Koryak or Itelmen can provide me with more information, i would be very grateful. Both are outnumbered in their native territory by Russians, which is true for many indigenous peoples. Here is the flag of the Koryak Autonomous Okrug.
And one more, perfoming a lyrical spring dance.This group is only referenced as being from Chukotka, but it also shows the Koryak costume.