Fieldiana Anthropology, New Series, No. 32: 1994. iii, 71 pages, 35 full-page photographs, 8 full-page drawings, 1 map. The Field Museum's collection of 234 Copper Inuit ethnographic objects was collected in the Northwest Territories of Canada in 1919-1921 by Harold Noice. In 1925 Noice sold the entire collection to the.....
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Fieldiana New Series No. 14, 1990. 56 pages, 31 pages of photographs, 2 maps. 246 ethnographic objects collected by A.E. Nordenskiold at Port Clarence, Alaska in 1879-1880 are housed in the Folkens Museum Etnografiska in Stockholm. This monograph documents the collection and illustrates each object in it: fishing and hunting.....
Fieldiana: Anthropology, Vol. 54, No. 2: 1968. Pp. 149-189.
Fieldiana, Anthropology, New Series, No. 8: 1985. vi, 67 pages, 43 pages of photographs of the Field Museum's collection of ethnographic material from the peoples of northern Sakhalin Island (in North eastern Siberia), 5 pages of drawings, 1 map.
Fieldiana Vol. 63, No. 2: 1972. 50 pages, photographs of 92 objects. 9 for re-add.
Helsinki: National Museum of Finland, 1990. 336 pages, 179 color and 402 b/w photographs, 4 drawings 11 maps. Hard board cover. A magnificent collection of Alaskan ethnographic material acquired in the first half of the 19th century by Adolf Etholen, a Finn who was an administrator in the Russian-American Co......
offprint, yearbook, Bern Historical Museum, 49 and 50, 1969 and 1970. Pp. 383-427, 30 photographs and drawings.
New York: Daedalus Ancient Art, 1992. 58 pages, 23 pages of color photographs, 1 map. Edition limited to 1000 copies. A 1992 exhibition at New York's Daedalus Ancient Art featured some extraordinary ivory figures and objects from several cultures: Old Bering Sea I, II, and III, Punuk, and Thule. Thirty-six.....
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXXI, Part III: 1929. Pp. 219-238 (some uncut). 5 photographs, 1 page of drawings.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, Anthropological Papers, Vol. XXXI, Part IV: 1930. Pp. 239-279 (some uncut), 25 figures, including 13 photographs of more than 100 artifacts.
New York: 1969. xiii, 271 pages, 115 photographs of several hundred masks, principally Northwest Coast and Eskimo, 2 maps. Cloth cover. The Jessup North Pacific Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, undertaken at the turn of the twentieth century, was an exhaustive inquiry into the history and cultures.....
Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1991. 175 pages (text in English and French) 167 photographs, 3 drawings.
National Museum of Canada, Mercury Series No. 2: 1972. 98 pages, 3 pages of photographs, 3 figures.
Natl. Mus. of Canada, Mercury Series No. 29, 1975. iv, 189 pages, 6 photographs, 6 figures, 22 tables.
San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences, 1990. 49 pages, 29 half-page or larger photographs of Eskimo paintings in the collection.