By Marvin W. Falk
Marvin W. Falk deals a systemic and choose directory of simply over 3,000 guides at the background of Alaska, released from the 18th century to early 2004. Early explorations have been carried out by way of nationals from numerous international locations, and the consequences have been released in Russian, German, French, Spanish, and English. a lot of those international language money owed were released in translation and are incorporated within the bibliography.This bibliography covers a large span of Alaskan background together with ancient literature from: Discovery in 1741 The Russian interval finishing in 1867 The U.S. territorial interval finishing with statehood in 1959 The oil growth
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Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1979. 327. - - - . Historic Settlement Patterns in the Nushagak River Region, Alaska. Fieldiana: Anthropology 6 I. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1971. - -- . Ingalik Contact Ecology: An Ethnohistory of the Lower328. Middle Yukon, /790-1935. Fieldiana: Anthropology 71. Chicago: Field Museum ofNatural History, 1979. - - - . " Handbook of North 329. American Indians: Vol. 5: Arctic, 224-42. C. : Smithsonian Institution, 1984. 330. Nunivak Island Eskimo (Yuit) Technology and Material Culture.
The Last Light Breaking: Living among Alaska's Inupiat Eskimos. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Northwest Books, 1993. 193. Jenness, Diamond. Dawn in Arctic Alaska. Illustrated by Giacomo Raimondi. Reprint Edition. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985. Originally published by the University of Minnesota Press in 1957. Jenness was an anthropologist accompanying Steffanson's 1913-1919 expedition. 194. - - - . Eskimo Administration: Alaska. Technical Paper, 10. Montreal: Arctic Institute of North America, 1962.
Philip, Kenneth R. " Pacific Historical Review 50 (1981): 309-327. 277. Pratt, Kenneth L. " Arctic Anthropology 35, no. 2 (1998): 77-98. 278. Ray, Dorothy Jean. Aleut and Eskimo Art: Tradition and Innovation in South Alaska. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1981. 279. - - - . Artists of the Tundra and the Sea. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1961. Paperback edition, with corrections, 1980. Eskimo sculpture, especially from the Seward Peninsula. 280. " Handbook of the North American Indians: Vol.