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The Alaskan Eskimo: a Study of the Relationship Between the Eskimo and the Chipewyan Indians of Central Canada (1931)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 277693] Harry L. Shapiro.

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An Aleutian Burial (1929)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 277695] Edward M. Weyer, Jr..

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Aleutian Microtechnology in Anangula Times (9000 - 4000 BP) (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397433] Richard Davis.

Since its discovery more than 50 years ago, the Anangula phase has been recognized as the first known occupation in the eastern Aleutian Islands. The initial discovery of the Anangula Blade Site near Umnak Island, and the more recent find of Hog Island in the Unalaska District revealed assemblages in many ways characteristic of highly mobile terrestrial hunter-gatherers with only minimal evidence of a maritime economy. This seeming paradox of island dwellers heavily invested in terrestrial...


Ambiguous beings: the ontological autonomy of Inuit dogs (2016)

DOCUMENT [ID: 403338] Peter Whitridge.

Part of the attraction of relational ontology is its encouragement to discard conventional epistemological hierarchies. We needn’t frame our investigations with the usual weighty themes – economy, social relations, ideology – but can begin anywhere, with any sort of question, and tug on the thread until the archaeological fabric unravels. Here I begin with dogs, and their relations with humans and other animals in the Inuit past. Inuit had an exceptionally complex relationship with the dogs that...


American Arctic Populations: Their Survival Problems (1967)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 130229] Margaret Lantis.

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An Analysis of a Middle Holocene Faunal Assemblage from the Matcharak Peninsula Site in Alaska’s Brooks Range (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404590] Joseph Keeney.

The Matcharak Peninsula Site (AMR-196), located in the central Brooks Range of Arctic Alaska, contains a mid-Holocene archaeological assemblage dating between 4,000 and 7,500 calBP and assigned to the Northern Archaic tradition. Excavations between 2010 and 2014 yielded hundreds of identifiable faunal specimens preserved in permafrost, making it one of the largest and most well-preserved faunal assemblages found in a Northern Archaic context. The assemblage has great potential for elucidating...


Ancient Men of the Arctic (1967)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143729] James L. Giddings, Jr..

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Anterior Tooth Loss in Arctic Populations (1968)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 150810] Charles F. Merbs.

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Anthropologist Looks at the Arctic National Wildlife Range (1963)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 109835] John M. Campbell.

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Appendix D, Examination of Turner River Overlook Site, Arctic National Wildlife Range (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143541] Edwin S. Hall, Jr..

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Application of the Canine Surrogacy Approach to Holocene and Iron Age Sites in Siberia (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 429565] Lacey Fleming. Robert Losey.

Humans and dogs have been living together for thousands of years, participating in various forms of relationships. One of these relationships involves the partial or complete provisioning of dogs by humans. Because of these practices, it has been argued that a dog’s diet should generally resemble that of the humans with whom it lived. This proposed interspecies dietary similarity has been an important aspect of some archaeological studies in that dog stable isotope values are in many cases used...


Application of Tree-Ring Dates To Arctic Sites (1940)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143652] James L. Giddings, Jr..

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Archaeological Material from the Village Site at Hot Springs, Port Moller, Alaska (1930)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 129919] Edward M. Weyer, Jr..

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Archaeological Notes On Eskimo Ruins at Barter Island On the Arctic Coast of Alaska Excavated By D. Jenness, 1914 (1914)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 144057] Diamond Jenness.

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Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Central Arctic Management Area, 1981 (1982)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 150573] Howard L. Smith.

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Archaeological Reconnaissance of Selected Locales in Npr-4, Arctic Alaska (1976)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143545] Edwin S. Hall, Jr..

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Archaeological Research in Arctic North America, 1958-1960 (1960)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143661] Elmer Harp, Jr..

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Archaeological Resources of the Central Arctic Management Area (1981)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 150579] Howard L. Smith.

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Archaeological Study of the Upper and Middle Utukok River, Arctic Alaska: Preliminary Report (1965)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143813] Robert L. Humphrey, Jr..

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Archaeological Survey and Excavation Near Murphy Lake in the Arctic Foothills (1971)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 109456] Glenn H. Bacon.

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Archaeological Survey in the Vicinity of Teshekpuk Lake: Methods, Results and Sursum Corda (Or: "Mucking About" On the Arctic Coastal Plain) (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 109764] Craig W. Davis.

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Archaeological Survey of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: a Research Design for Meeting U.S. Fish and Wildlife Responsibilities Under Executive Order 11593 and the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (1977)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 129568] Curtis J. Wilson.

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Archaeology and cultural preservation: a perspective from a Yup’ik village (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395830] Warren Jones.

Qanirtuuq Incorporated and the village of Quinhagak have supported archaeology in our community since 2009. Thousands of our cultural artifacts have been saved from an eroding archaeological site, and are now being studied and preserved. Working with archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen is helping our people by protecting of our cultural heritage and also in helping to reconnect young people, elders and culture-bearers. In this presentation, I will speak about my community’s...


Archaeology and Ecology of the Arctic Slope of Alaska (1951)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 150618] Ralph S. Solecki.

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Archaeology in the Arctic 1935-60 (1961)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 143817] Helge Larsen.

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