Smithsonian Institution. Contributions to Anthropology, Vol. 7, 1972. 3 volumes. Part I: xxiii, 550 pages, 61 figures, 26 maps. Part II: pp. xxiv-xlvi, 551-913, 13 figures. Part III: pp. xlvii-xlix, 914- 1395. 218 pages of photographs and drawings. One of the most important studies ever published on the culture of...
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Smithsonian Institution. Contributions to Anthropology, Vol. 7: 1972. xxiv-xlvi, Pp. 551-913.
Seattle: 1991. xi, 489 pages, 127 photographs, 65 drawings, maps on endpapers. Cloth cover.
Portland Art Museum, 1966. 284 pages, 74 b/w and 10 large color photographs of objects in the Rasmussen collection, particularly Tlingit. Soft cover edition.
Portland Art Museum, 1966. 284 pages, 74 b/w and 10 large color photographs of objects in the Rasmussen collection, particularly Tlingit. Cloth cover.
Seattle: 1986. xiii, 188 pages of text, plus 50 additional pages that contain 45 pages of photographs, 3 pages of drawings, and I map. Cloth cover ed.
New York: 1981. 48 pages, 16 large photographs, 4 tables. This American Museum of Natural History publication may be the only one to deal with carved halibut hooks. The interesting and well-written text provides a good deal of previously unavailable information on these spiritually powerful carvings; the large photographs illustrate...
Seattle: 1956, 1971 (2nd printing). viii, 310 pages, 43 pages of drawings of 40 artifacts, 1 fold-out map.
Seattle, 1966, 1981 (reprint). 43 pages, 16 pages of photographs--mostly of old Tlingit and Haida totem poles, memorial columns, and villages, 1 map.
Washington, D.C. 1974. 94 pages, 143 large photographs, 1 map. The best examples of carved and decorated Northwest Coast boxes and bowls were selected from the Smnithsonian Museum for a special exhibition. The exhibition catalogue provides excellent photographs and technical information, including place and date of collection for each object.