Whaling (Other Keyword)

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Aconite Arrow Poison in the Old and New World (1938)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Heizer.

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Aconite Poison Whaling in Asia and America: An Aleutian Transfer To the New World (1943)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Heizer.

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Ancient DNA, Zooarchaeology, and the Case for Whale Hunting on the Northern Oregon Coast (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hannah Wellman. Torben Rick. Antonia Rodrigues. Dongya Yang.

Pre-contact whaling on the northern Oregon coast is an issue that has received limited attention from archaeologists. The discovery of a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) phalanx with an embedded elk (Cervus elaphus) bone point from the Par-Tee Site (35CLT20) in Seaside, OR precipitated a discussion of ethnographic and archaeological evidence for whaling in the area. Previous genetic and archaeological research suggested that opportunistic whaling may have occurred in this region. We...


Archaeological data from Washington State indicate that northern fur seals will likely once again be a dominant predator in the California Current System (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrew Trites. Frances Robertson.

Northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) of all ages (pups, juveniles, bulls and adult females) dominate the mammal assemblage of prehistoric (prior to 1850) coastal middens from California to Alaska. We reviewed archaeological data, historical documents on the early fur trade, as well as more recent data on fur seal genetics and migratory patterns of fur seals―and discovered that most of the fur seal remains in Washington State middens likely originated from a very large colony of northern fur...


Archaeology of a Contemporary Whaling Society: Thelater Prehistory, Ethno-Archaeology and Recent Ethno-History of Whaling in the Barrow, Alaska Area (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Albert A. Dekin, Jr..

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Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology Volume 01
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Archive of papers from Volume 1 of the Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology, published by the Australian Society for Historical Society (ASHA) in 1983.


Ballast Point Seawall Project, Rci-89, Naval Submarine Base, San Diego, CA (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ronald V. May.

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Beluga Hunters; an Archaeological Reconstruction of the History and Culture of the Mackenzie Delta Kittegaryumiut (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert McGhee.

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Cetacean Exploitation in the Medieval London (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Youri Van Den Hurk.

Zooarchaeology aims to reconstruct the relationship between humans and animals based on the bone remains of these animals. However the field is often primarily concerned with (domesticated) terrestrial mammals, frequently neglecting cetaceans. This can be ascribed to the fact that zooarchaeological cetacean remains are often too fragmented for identification and a general lack of extensive cetacean reference collections for comparison, resulting in poor understanding of early human-cetacean...


Eskimos of Bering Strait, 1650-1898 (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dorothy Jean Ray.

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Exploration and Contact History of Western Alaska (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James W. Vanstone.

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History of Native Whaling in the Arctic and Subarctic (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Allen P. McCartney.

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History of Native Whaling in the Arctic and Subarctic (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Allen P. McCartney.

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LYDIA-Register Number 14856-International Signal Code H.M.G.D. Archaeological Site #4-SFR-94H; the "Old Whaling Bark Lydia" (National Register Nomination Form) (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roger R. Olmsted. Nancy L. Olmsted.

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Native American Whaling and Porpoise Hunting Techniques Along the East Coast of North America (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Hairr.

Native Americans were the first people to exploit the cetacean fauna found in the coastal waters of the western North Atlantic. Most of these animals were drift whales found washed up along the shoreline, but there is historiographical evidence indicating that some Native Americans actively pursued whales, porpoises and dolphins from small craft offshore. In this paper I discuss various tools and techniques utilized by the indigenous inhabitants of North America to pursue, harvest and process...


New insights into the Quileute whalers of Washington State from ecology and archaeology (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Frances Robertson. Andrew Trites.

The Quileute people of Washington State are an ocean going people dependent on marine resources. They are skilled fishers and hunters, and like their neighbors to the north, the Makah and the Nuu-chah-nulth, they have a history of exploiting the once abundant marine resources in both coastal and offshore waters. While much is known of about the whaling activities of the Makah and the Nuu-chah-nulth, little is known about the whaling activities of the Quileute, especially 20-40 miles offshore. We...


On the Development of Whaling in the Western Thule Culture (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John R. Bockstoce.

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Pacific Eskimo Invention in Whale Hunting In Historic Times (1943)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Heizer.

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Post-Thule Adaptations in Northwest Alaska: Continuity and Change During the Late Prehistoric Period Around Kotzebue Sound (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James W. Jordan.

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Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers: the Emergence of Cultural Complexity (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only T. Douglas Price. James A. Brown.

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Reconstructing the historical abundance and importance of large whales in northern British Columbia (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Szymon Surma. Tony Pitcher.

Whales obtained through various combinations of hunting and scavenging have long provided coastal communities worldwide with sustenance and many raw materials. However, global whale populations have been severely depleted by commercial whaling. This study combined historical abundance reconstruction with ecosystem modelling to investigate the effects of whaling on the abundances and ecological roles of five large whale species (blue, fin, sei, humpback and sperm) in northern British Columbia...


Recovery of the Long Island Whaling Boat -- Xbp-018 (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Pat Metz. John E. Lobdell.

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Results of the Archaeological Monitoring of the Courtyard of the Whaling Station and First Brick Building, Monterey, S.H.P (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lee Motz.

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Review: Ipiutak and the Arctic Whale Hunting Culture, By Helge Larsen and Froelich Rainey (1951)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James L. Giddings, Jr..

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Samoa's Forgotten Whaling Heritage: American Whaling in Samoan Waters 1824-1878 (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rhys Richards.

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