Barrow: 1983, 1998. xii, 82 pages, 45 photographs, 15 drawings, 1 map.
Eskimo, Siberian and Arctic Art
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Barrow: 1983. xii, 82 pages, 45 photographs, 15 drawings, 1 map.
Moscow: Academy of sciences USSR, 1983. 128 pages, 20 illustrations of artifacts and material culture objects of this Siberian people, 1 map.
Munich: 1993. vii, 208 pages, 141 color and 38 b/w photographs, 155 drawings, 13 maps. Mint condition. A very special exhibition of 3000 years of the "unknown Siberian art of Arctic whale hunters" wasin 1993 and 1994 at three fortunate museums in Tubingen, Munich and Moscow. Subtle, wonderfully carved, etched...
Frankfurt: 1972. 391 pages, 227 illustrations, 7 maps. Cloth cover. A splendid, scholarly, illustration-filled examination of the culture of the North American Indian tribes and Eskimos. The scholarship is absolutely first-rate--with a particular emphasis on material culture and religion--as are the illustrations in this large volume that is considered to...
Montreal: Lippel Gallery, 1974. 48 pages, 45 photographs.
Newark Museum: 1977. 96 pages, 44 b/w and 14 color photographs.
Fieldiana, Anthropology, New Series, No. 25: 1995. 91 pages, 22 photographs and drawings done in 1952 documenting the beluga hunt and the artifacts used in the hunt, 4 maps.
Chicago: 1967. lvi, 375 pages of text plus 9 unnumbered pages of photographs and 2 pages of maps. Cloth cover. Lakeside Classics.
Stockholm and Gothenburg: 1972. 215 pages, 9 (unpaginated), approximately 500-550 drawings and photographs of Lapp objects of material culture, clothing, people, shamanic (?) paraphernalia, cave drawings, and fauna. There also are fifteen full-page color photographs of objects of material culture, several old maps and one contemporary double-page map. Cloth cover...
Philadelphia: September, 1927. 13 pages of photographs of carved objects. This article, in this almost 90 year old publication (mint condition), provides an interesting contrast to today's view of 17th-19th century Eskimo pictorial art. The ivory and antler objects, all in the University Museum's collection, are beautifully carved, and the...
Pp. 279-289 plus 17 leaves of drawings and 17 leaves of descriptions of the drawings. Later marbled board cover.
Seattle: 1971, 1974 (reprint). 112 pages, 111 illustrations of hundreds of harpoons and harpoon parts.
Smithsonian Institution Annual Report for the Year 1884. Offprint. Pp. 279-289 plus 17 leaves of drawings and 17 leaves of descriptions of the drawings.
Archaeological Survey of Canada, Paper No. 6: 1973. 363 pages, 72 line drawings, 36 charts.
Canadian Museum of Civilization: 1996. xii, 244 pages of text containing , 67 b/w photographs, 4 drawings, and 10 maps, plus 16 pages of color photographs of pre-historic artifacts, Cloth cover.
National Museum of Man: 1981. 72 pages (text in English and French). 7 photographs, 7 drawings, 1 map.
Ottawa: 1978. 128 pages, 8 full-page color and 21 full and half-page b/w photographs--almost all of artifacts.
Anchorage: 1996. xxi, 236 pages, 36 photographs--mainly of masks, 2 maps.
Arctic Institute of North America, Anthropology of the North, Translations from Russian Sources, No. 2, 1962. vi, 313 pages (17 papers), approximately 25 photographs, drawings, charts, and maps. Spine somewhat sunned, rear wrapper has a large chip at its bottom.
San Francisco: 1969. 144 pages. 117 half-page photographs. Cloth cover.
Canadian Museum of Civilization: 1992. 65 pages, 37 photographs illustrating approximately 150 objects uncovered by Jenness among the Copper Inuit people, 4 drawings, 7 maps.
Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper 142, 1990. viii 201 pages, 36 pages of photographs of artifacts plus 1 photograph, 2 drawings, and 7 maps and site plans.
Canadian Museum of Civilization: 1995. 159 pages, approximately 200 color photographs and 65 color and b/w drawings of all aspects of Copper Inuit (central Canadian Arctic) life as lived in the early 20th century and their artifacts, clothing and household objects. Cloth cover.
Bureau of American Ethnology, Ninth Annual Report, 1887-1888: 1984 (reprint). 450 pages, 428 figures illustrating more than 1000 artifacts.