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.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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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.
Copenhagen: 1914. , 255 pages (some uncut) of text containing 3 figures, plus 118 drawings of Arctic skin and leather clothing on two fold-out pages.
Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Memoir 45, No. 3, Anthropological Series: 1913. 46 pages, 13 full-page photographs--of wooden masks--each with a tissue guard. In January of each year, after rites that were held in November and December, the Unaligmiut Eskimo of St. Michael observed the "Inviting-In" feast, one of...
Anthro. Papers of the Univ. of Alaska, Vol. 1, No. 1: n.d. Pp. 11-24, 3 pages of photographs of artifacts, 2 figures.
Stuttgart, 1938: Kassel, 1953 (enlarged ed.); Zurich, 1987. 83 pages, 86 photographs, 17 drawings, 1 map. Hard board cover. In 1936 ethnographer Hans Himmelbeber went to Alaska to do fieldwork among the Eskimos of the Kuskowim river and among the Nunivak, in each case studying a culture that was shortly...
University of Alaska Press, 1993. 83 pages, 86 photographs, 17 drawings, 1 map. Soft cover. In 1936 ethnographer Hans Himmelbeber went to Alaska to do fieldwork among the Eskimos of the Kuskowim river and among the Nunivak, in each case studying a culture that was shortly to change forever, but...
YALE UNIVERSITY, Publications In Anthropology, No. 51: 1954. 163 pages, 6 figures.
SMITHSONIAN MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIONS, Vol. 121, No. 11: 1953. 33 pages (some uncut) containing 7 figures, plus 4 pages of photographs.
Lancaster: 1943. xv, 414 pages, 227 photographs, 5 maps. Cloth cover.
extract from Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Report Number 46, 1973, 1981 (reprint). Pp. 21-374 (some uncut) containing 29 figures, plus 61 pages of photographs.
Vancouver: 1997. xiv, 274 pages, 232 photographs, 20 drawings, 13 maps. Cloth cover. The first work to bring together information on circumpolar clothing, this volume will remain an indispensable reference source on the clothing of the Canadian Inuit and the clothing from other areas of the circumpolar world--northeastern Siberia, Alaska...
Chicago: 1977, 1983. 280 pages 60 figures containing drawings of about 400 objects.
Peabody Foundation for Archaeology, Papers, Vol. 6. Andover: 1964. 488 pages, 94 figures, 1 fold-out map.
Seattle: 1998. 206 pages, 130 color and 21 b/w photographs, 2 maps. The most treasured works from the ethnology, archaeology, and fine arts collections of the University of Alaska Museum are presented in this volume. Prehistoric and historic artifacts, 19th and 20th century works by Eskimo, Athapaskan, and Northwest Coast...
Seattle: 1998. 206 pages, 130 color and 21 b/w photographs, 2 maps. Cloth cover. The most treasured works from the ethnology, archaeology, and fine arts collections of the University of Alaska Museum are presented in this volume. Prehistoric and historic artifacts, 19th and 20th century works by Eskimo, Athapaskan, and...
Amer. Geographical Society, Special Pub. No. 7: 1928. 479 pages (31 papers) approximately 80 photographs, drawings, maps and charts. Cloth cover (rubbed).
New York: 1854. xi, 552 pages, approximately 130 illustrations, several maps and charts. Cloth cover, sunned, mild foxing and browning, chip atop spine, text tight and sound. Sabin 36998.
Leningrad: 1974. Applied Art in the North of the Soviet Union. 19 pages of text (in Russian) containing 10 drawings and 2 photographs (and 36 small b/w photographs), followed by 77 pages of color photographs of artifacts of the peoples of the (then) Soviet Far North--with captions in English and...
Frankfurt: Museum fur Volkerkunde, 1979. 28 pages, 16 pages of photographs of harpoons, 1 map.
Moscow: 1949. (Descriptions of the Land Kamchatka) (two volumes in one). 841 pages. Illustrations, portrait, facsimiles, maps (some fold-out). Cloth cover. Reprint of 1755 work regarding the author's role in Bering's second expediton. Includes an engraving that is the earlies pictorial representation of a native inhabitant of Alaska.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Bulletin, Vol. XII: 1899. Pp. 265-327 (containing 54 figures--all of objects of material culture), plus 4 pages of plates. Some pages uncut, spine reinforced.
1990. (translation of the Russian edition published in 1976): Oregon Historical Society. xxv, 220 pages, 5 photographs, 7 maps in text and maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
1902. 86 pages (some uncut) containing 24 figures--drawings of designs and patterns, plus 33 leaves of color and b/w drawings of several hundred objects and design elements.