Sheppard, William L.
September 1998
Arctic Anthropology;1998, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p147
Academic Journal
Examines interaction and population movements of prehistoric and protohistoric peoples from Siberia to Greenland. Analysis of the extent to which Eskimo folktales are shared between regional groups, dialect divisions, and language areas; Hypothesis about the migration of Western Thule people who eventually replaced Dorset people in the Eastern Arctic; Folklore distributions and prehistory.


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