September 1983
Archaeology;Sep/Oct83, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p10
Entertainment Review
Reviews the exhibit “Inua: Spirit World of the Bering Sea Eskimo," at the Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, Anchorage, Alaska.


Related Articles

  • St. Lawrence: Archaeocology of a Bering Sea Island. Scott, Stuart // Archaeology;Jan/Feb84, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p46 

    Discusses how a materialistically oriented archaeology was applied, beginning in the 1920s, to the problem of understanding Saint Lawrence Island and the Bering Sea phases of ancient Alaska's history. Efforts to find the archaeological traces of the migration of the ancestors of American Indians...

  • IN THE BELLY OF THE WHALE. Sheehan, Glenn W. // Archaeology;May/Jun89, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p52 

    Focuses on the archaeological excavations at Utqiagvik, Alaska centered on discovering Eskimo life and whale hunting. Factual background on Eskimo society, their traditions and livelihood; Discovery of a ceremonial building; Practical uses of whale oil and products.

  • Sailing an ancient landbridge. Anderson, Douglas D. // Archaeology;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p50 

    Describes the author's trip from Alaska to the Russian Far East to explore the Inupiat Eskimo prehistory. Trip's route; Archaeological sites visited.

  • THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF MIGRATIONS: FOLLOWING THE FAINTER FOOTPRINTS. Dumond, Don E. // Arctic Anthropology;1998, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p59 

    Discusses three apparent cases of migratory movements involving the northern Alaska Peninsula, with interpretations inspired by anthropologist James VanStone, who integrated history, ethnography, and archaeology into a single whole. Prehistoric Eskimo development around Bering Strait;...

  • LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE SITES IN THE NENANA RIVER VALLEY, CENTRAL ALASKA. Hoffecker, John F. // Arctic Anthropology;2001, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p139 

    The Nenana River valley, located in the northern foothills of the Alaska Range, contains a group of sites that collectively spans 11,300 to 7000 B.P., and provides critical information on the settlement of Alaska during this interval. Major localities include Dry Creek, Walker Road, Panguingue...

  • CLIMATE, VEGETATION, AND ARCHAEOLOGY 14,000 TO 9000 CAL YR B.P. IN CENTRAL ALASKA. Bigelow, Nancy H. // Arctic Anthropology;2001, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p171 

    This paper presents results of a comparison of the pollen and archaeological records in interior Alaska between about 14,000 and 9000 calibrated years B.P. (cal yr B.P.). The pollen and archaeological data were first calibrated and then plotted on synoptic maps to visually compare the inferred...

  • Alaskan dig turns up ancient buckle.  // Advanced Materials & Processes;Feb2012, Vol. 170 Issue 2, p3 

    The article reports that a bronze prehistoric artifact resembling a buckle was excavated at an archaeological dig at an Eskimo dwelling in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska by Jeremy Foin of the University of California, Davis.

  • Cores and blades at XHP-010, northwestern Alaska. Hall Jr., Edwin S.; Gal, Robert // Arctic Anthropology;1995, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p131 

    Looks at the excavation of prehistoric site XHP-010 in northwestern Alaska. Analysis of cores, micro cores, blades and micro blade specimens.

  • Excavations at KIS-008, Buldir Island: Evaluation and potential. Corbett, Debra G.; Lefevre, Christine; Corbett, Thomas J.; West, Dixie; Siegel-Causey, Douglas // Arctic Anthropology;1997, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p100 

    Describes the bone, lithic and wooden artifacts recovered from two test pits excavated on the beachfront of the midden site in Buldir Island, Alaska. Exploration of types and sources of lithic raw materials selected by ancient people in Buldir; Analysis of lithic and bone artifacts; Discussion...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics