Our Northern Start, Chaluka and Anangula, 1962: A Photo Essay

Turner II, Christy G.
September 2004
Arctic Anthropology;2004, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p23
Academic Journal
This article is mainly a personal account and photographic essay of the first summer that Allen P. McCartney and I spent in Alaska. It describes the major findings of that summer, and concludes with a few comments on subsequent work and the divergent paths that Allen and I traveled during our forty-one years of northern anthropological research.


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