Labrador's `Communal House Phase' reconsidered

Richling, Barnett
January 1993
Arctic Anthropology;1993, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p67
Academic Journal
Discusses the strengths and weaknesses of two arguments regarding Peter Schledermann's `Communal House Phase' of Labrador Inuit culture. Socioeconomic view; Environmental view; Alternative approach.


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