Post-Thule Adaptations in Northwest Alaska: Continuity and Change During the Late Prehistoric Period Around Kotzebue Sound
Author(s): James W. Jordan
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Post-Thule Adaptations in Northwest Alaska: Continuity and Change During the Late Prehistoric Period Around Kotzebue Sound. James W. Jordan. Journal of Northern Studies. 3: 15-27. 1989 ( tDAR id: 129902)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Kotzebue Period • Late Prehistoric • Northern Maritime Tradition • Western Thule
geomorphology • House Depressions • Population Dynamics • Prehistory • Settlement patterns • Whaling
02998 (Fips Code) • Alaska (State / Territory) • Cape Krusenstern • Kividluk • Kotzebue Sound • Ktz-067 • Noatak River • North America (Continent) • Seward Peninsula • United States of America (Country) • Whitefish Lake
min long: -173.237; min lat: 54.632 ; max long: -129.98; max lat: 71.441 ;
NADB document id number(s): 1404840
NADB citation id number(s): 000000004768