Problems in protohistoric ethnogenesis in Alaska: The Naknek drainage and the Pacific Eskimo area

Harritt, Roger K.
September 1997
Arctic Anthropology;1997, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
Reviews the ethnicity of inhabitants of the upper Naknek drainage and their relationships with contemporaneous people of Bering Sea and northwest Gulf of Alaska Eskimos. Proposal of the provisional protohistoric Ikak phase for the upper drainage; Similarity of cultural and territorial units for the Pacific Eskimo area; Analysis of different types of evidence from the area.


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