Vanstone, James W.; Kakaruk, John A.; Lucier, Charles V.
September 2000
Arctic Anthropology;2000, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p60
Academic Journal
Focuses on the annual reindeer fairs held during winter from 1915 through 1918 at centrally located villages in Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Reindeer herding program in northwestern Alaska supervised by the United States Bureau of Education; Bureau's goal for the fairs; Benefits from reindeer fairs.


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