NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA, BULLETIN No. 196: 1963. vii, 216 pages, 47 figures, 7 tables.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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Washington, D.C. 1984. xvi, 829 pages, 618 illustrations. Cloth cover.
New York: 1957. 348 pages of text plus 32 unnumbered pages of photographs, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Seattle: 2000. 367 pages, 124 photographs and drawings in text, 9 pages of photographs in appendix, 14 maps, 4 plans, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
New York: 1941. xii, 339 pages of text containing 27 b/w and 4 color drawings, plus 32 pages of photographs. Cloth cover.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1983. 128 pages, 133 photographs, 1 map.
Fieldiana, Anthropology, New Series, No. 24: 1995. 109 pages, 33 photographs of several hundred artifacts, 6 drawings, 8 maps and plans.
Washington, D.C: 1901. 80 pages: poems written by the author when he was a "Statistical Expert of the Department of Labor", and that represent his appeal to right the wrongs done to the "...unrepresented people of Alaska". Gilt decorated cloth cover.
Boston: 1989. xvii, 187 pages, 14 color and 18 b/w Inuit prints, 44 photographs--mostly archival, maps on endpapers. Coth cover, with dust jacket.
New York: 1957. 14 pages of text followed by 70 pages of color and b/w plates of Icelandic art from the 10th--19th centuries, most of which are from the collection of the National Museum of Iceland. Hard board cover with glaceine dust jacket. Very good condition.
U.S. Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Special Bulletin 176. Washington, D.C: 1882. 176 pages, 29 large drawings, 2 maps. and MALLERY, G. INTRODUCTION TO THE SIGN LANGUAGE AMONG THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS, AS ILLUSTRATING THE GESTURE SPEECH OF MANKIND. (Bureau of American Ethnology, Introductions, 1880). IV, 72 pages, 33 unnumbered.....
Stuttgart: Robert Lutz, 1916. xxv, 369 pages, 1 drawing, 1 fold-out map. Cloth cover. Neunte auflage.
Juneau: 1982. 74 pages, 71 photographs, 1 map. A small, interesting exhibition of Eskimo dolls, designed to travel to remote villages, was commissioned by the Alaska State Council on the Arts. The works of eighteen dollmakers are featured in this very handsome catalogue of the exhibition that deals with an.....
1900. 54 pages. Spine reinforced. folio size, 11" x 14"
Anchorage Museum of History and Art: 1996. 320 pages, 200 color photographs and 100 b/w photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover, small folio size (9"x12"). The dance masks of the Yup'ik people of southwestern Alaska are among the most dramatic and most prized of any maksing tradition. Yup'ik masks from collections.....
Seattle: 2005. xx, 334 pages, 354 photographs (almost all color), 2 maps. Cloth cover with dust jacket. Fine condition. Small folio size 12"x9 1/2").
Smithsonian National Museum, Washington, D.C, 1988. 360 pages (thirty-six papers) 476 color and b/w photographs and drawings of several thousand artifacts, 17 maps. Soft cover. An historic collaboration between American and Soviet scholars resulted in a superb 1988 exhibition for which this volume served as the catalogue. Focusing on artifacts.....
Smithsonian National Museum, Washington, D.C, 1988. 360 pages (thirty-six papers) 476 color and b/w photographs and drawings of several thousand artifacts, 17 maps. Cloth cover. Slight rippling at bottom of some pages, otherwise very good-fine condition. An historic collaboration between American and Soviet scholars resulted in a superb 1988 exhibition.....
Washington, D.C: 1994. xix, 379 pages, 57 photographs, 17 drawings, 4 maps. Cloth cover. Twenty-three papers delivered by U.S. and Soviet scholars at a two day 1988 symposium convened at the opening of the joint Soviet-American exhibition, Crossroad of Continents are presented in this volume. A complement and expansion of.....
Handbook of American Indian Languages, Part 1, BAE Bulletin 40: 1910. Offprint. Pp. 85-158. Later morocco cover, decorated end papers.
Ottawa: Canadian Eskimo Arts Council, 1977. 268 pages (text in English and French), 155 b/w and 12 color illustrations --all half-page or full-page. Soft cover edition.
Canadian Ethnology Service, Paper No. 78. Ottawa: 1981. 265 pages containing 53 papers dealing with a plethora of topics, including a number on Northwest Coast and Eskimo carving.
Canadian Museum of Civilization: 1994. 136 pages, 13 color and 95 b/w photographs, 15 drawings, 2 maps. The history of Copper and Caribou Inuit clothing and personal adornment is traced via archaeological, written accounts of early explorers, traders, and anthropologists, as well as 20th century photographs and drawings of garments.....
1871. 811 pages 194 engravings. Embossed leather cover, worn; spine reinforced; lacks title page and table of contents. "Polar" refers to all Arctic lands and their peoples.