By Marvin W. Falk
Marvin W. Falk deals a systemic and choose directory of simply over 3,000 guides at the heritage of Alaska, released from the 18th century to early 2004. Early explorations have been carried out through nationals from a number of international locations, and the consequences have been released in Russian, German, French, Spanish, and English. lots of those international language bills were released in translation and are incorporated within the bibliography.This bibliography covers a large span of Alaskan historical past together with historic literature from: Discovery in 1741 The Russian interval finishing in 1867 The U.S. territorial interval finishing with statehood in 1959 The oil increase
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University of Alaska Department of Anthropology and Geography. Studies of Northern Peoples, 1. College, Alaska: Department of Anthropology and Geography, University of Alaska, 1961. 160. Gmelch, S. B. "Merrill, Elgridge, Warren - The Tlingit of Alaska, 1899-1929. History ofPhotography 19 no. 2 (Summer 1995): 159-172. 161. Golder, Frank A. " Journal ofAmerican Folklore, 22 (1909): 336-339. 162. Graburn, Nelson H. " American Indian Art Magazine 22, no. 1 (1966): 66-75. Alaskan Eskimo and Aleut materials assembled by the fIrm between 1868 and 1897.
Kijk: An Historic Tanaina Indian Settlement. Fieldiana: Anthropology 59. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, 1970. This work of historical archaeology (1966 season) includes the gathering of ethnographic information. 335. Vaughan, James Daniel. " PhD diss. University of Washington, 1985. 336. Veniaminov, loan. " Russian America Statistical and Ethnographic Information by Rear Admiral Ferdinand Petrovich Wrangell With Additional Material by Karl-Ernst Baer, Edited by Richard A. Pierce, 90-114.
Nuvendalitn Quht'Ana: The People of Nondalton. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. Nondalton is an Athabaskan settlement on Lake Iliamna. 144. Emmons, George Thorton. The Tlingit Indians. Edited with additions by Frederica De Laguna and a biography by Jean Low. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 70. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992. Emmons spent the 1880s and 90s with the Navy in Alaska and started collecting ethnographic objects. He subsequently collected substantial numbers of artifacts for museums.