Lobdell, John E.
May 1988
Archaeology;May/Jun88, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p38
Describes the expedition of a group of high school students from Anchorage and Barrow to Pingok Island in Alaska. Excavation of two houses built, lived in and abandoned by Eskimos; Indications of the Eskimos' living conditions, culture and way of life; Physical description of the island of Pingok and how it was formed resulting from natural disasters, storms and the presence of ice; Details about the expedition; Archaeological discoveries.


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