- Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial cream wrappers. The spine is slightly darkened. 101 pages. Black-and-white photographic illustrations & drawings, including maps. Very good.
"Readings in Anthropology".
In an introductory note Bank writes: "These readings focus upon...the unique cultural developments that took place in the southern Bering Sea region, home of the Aleuts who are a southern and highly individualistic offshoot of early Eskimo migrations. The story of what has happened to them since their discovery in 1741 by Russian explorers provides a case history of unfortunate acculturation."