3 edition of Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula found in the catalog.
Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula
Gerald H. Clark
Bibliography: p. 213-218.
|Statement||by Gerald H. Clark ; introductory and concluding notes by Don E. Dumond ; appendix by Donald K. Grayson.|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers ;, no. 13|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 C57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 246 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||79622893|
Like most historic archaeology collections, this assemblage consists of glass, ceramics, building materials, and personal items. The local area of Middletown, particularly Main Street and its adjacent area, were a thriving and bustling port-city community during the 18 . BLM Alaska ArchaeologyArchaeology HighlightsSince the time of Alaska Statehood in , many significant archaeological discoveries have revolutionized our understanding of Alaska’s most ancient people and how they first used the discovery of Alaska’s earliest sites has been driven in part by the central question in New World archaeology: “When and how did the .
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The Archaeology Collection contains Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula book material remains of prehistoric and historic cultures from throughout Alaska, as well as comparative collections from cultures around the world.
The collection consists of over 5, accessions, representing more thancataloged artifacts. The collections represent the entire archaeological record of Alaska from the earliest sites. The item Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula: the coast of Shelikof Strait,by Gerald H.
Clark ; introductory and concluding notes by Don E. Dumond ; appendix by Donald K. Grayson represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Boston University Libraries.
Cite this Record. Archaeology of the Alaska Peninsula: the Naknek Region, Don E. Dumond. Anthropological Papers, Eugene, OR: University of Oregon. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Archaeology on the Alaska peninsula by Dumond, Don E.,Dept.
of Anthropology and Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon edition, in EnglishPages: Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula is helping indigenous fishermen maintain ancient traditions.
[LARGER IMAGE] On an early June evening in the Aleut community of King Cove, Alaska, pickups race between houses and the harbor where men are finishing their diesel repairs, checking their electronics, and mending nets.
Archaeology of Frontiers and Boundaries presents a diverse set of case studies that addresses the basic questions concerning social change through the study of anthropological archaeology. This book discusses the methodological difficulties of modeling open systems. Archaeology research in pre-Columbian Americas and the Book of Mormon.
Numerous observers have suggested that the Book of Mormon appears to be a work of fiction that parallels others within the 19th-century "mound-builder" genre that was pervasive at the time. Get this from a library. Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula: the Ugashik drainage, [Winfield Henn] -- Second of three reports describing the archaeological work on the Alaska Peninsula by the University of Oregon between and Get this from a library.
Archaeology on the Alaska Peninsula: the Naknek Region, [Don E Dumond] -- Reports the results of ten seasons of archaeological field research in the vicinity of the Naknek Lake and River system. Geology And Mineral Resources Of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, Issues George Curtis Martin.
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Don E. Dumond. (tDAR id: ). Archaeologists from the University of Alaska Museum and National Park Service excavating at a village site in the Meshik River valley (photo by Scott Shirar) The UA Museum of the North is partnering with the National Park Service and the US Fish and Wildlife Service to implement an archaeological research project on the Central Alaska Peninsula.
Herbert D. Maschner (born ) is an American anthropologist and academic research interests include biocomplexity and sustainability in prehistoric human ecology (particularly with respect to Arctic cultures), warfare and inequality in prehistory, the application of Darwinian theory and evolutionary psychology to archaeology, GIS in.
title: Cultural Resource Inventory in the Bendeleben and Darby Mountains, Seward Peninsula, Alaska terms: Archaeology, Cultural-Heritage-and-Paleontology, cultural-resources, History regions: National Office. UPenn Museum of Archaeology, - Social Science - pages 0 Reviews With an extensive summary of previous research on this Bering Sea coastal site, the author discusses six main phases of occupation, dating from B.C.
to the modern era, and attempts to answer questions concerning the cultural and artifactual changes that have. Alaska’s Thaw Reveals—and Threatens—a Culture’s Artifacts Precious items of the Yupik people, long frozen in time, are emerging as temperatures rise.
Now the rush is on to save them. The Office of History and Archaeology (OHA) is Alaska’s primary office with knowledge and expertise in historic preservation dedicated to preserving and interpreting Alaska’s past, and serves as Alaska’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of Archaeology of the Sapsuk River, Alaska.
Book January the ASTt people appear first in the southern Bering Coast at the tip of the Alaska Peninsula (Maschner et al. Alaska Journal of Anthropology Mission Statement. Established inthe Alaska Journal of Anthropology is a peer-reviewed publication of the Alaska Anthropological Association.
AJA publishes articles and reports from all four fields of anthropology and related disciplines, including history, geography, linguistics, and indigenous languages. AJA also provides a forum for. The material upon which this report is based was collected during three seasons’ work in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound.
In the summer of Dr. Birket-Smith of the Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, proposed to excavate in the area of Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula; the author, representing the University Museum, Philadelphia, was to accompany.
An archaeological dig in Alaska has uncovered the oldest human remains ever found in Arctic or Subarctic North America – the cremated skeleton of a 3-year-old.The Fairbanks high-school student and Yup'ik Eskimo looked up from his book, and replied simply: "A picture." Three weeks later, on the last day of the field season, Russian archaeologist Nikolai Most was sweeping up the floor of an ancient house at the site when he uncovered a inch-long walrus tusk carved with a seal, a bear, and an.This book colorfully explores the fascinating fauna that flourished in Alaska long before the first people set foot in the state.
The volume includes many photos, illustrations, maps and paintings to tell an informative story of the beginning of plant and animal life in the North form the ages of dinosaurs and woolly mammoths and up to the arrival of the first humans via the Bering Land Price: $