ARCTIC ANTHROPOLOGY. Vol. 35, No. 2. 1998. No Boundaries: Papers in Honor of James W. VanStone.

By: Pratt, Kenneth L.; Sheppard, William L.; Simeone, William E.; editors

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- Quarto [11 inches high by 8-1/2 inches wide] , softcover bound in light tan wraps titled in dark green & with a vignette of a Kwakiutl Indian salmon dancer's mask in dark green on the front cover. The corners are very lightly creased. 234 pages plus 4 pages of ads. Illustrated in black & white with maps, tables, diagrams & photographic illustrations. Very good. James VanStone was an anthropologist of the Far North with a special interest in historic movements and the people and forces responsible for them. He had a major role in shaping the methodology of Alaskan "ethnohistory". Among the contents of this issue are a VanStone bibliography; "VanStone at Kotzebue, 1951" by Charles V. Lucier; "The Northern Athabaskan Potlach in East-Central Alaska, 1900-1930" by William E. Simeone; and "Population Movements, Interaction and Legendary Geography" by William L. Sheppard.

Title: ARCTIC ANTHROPOLOGY. Vol. 35, No. 2. 1998. No Boundaries: Papers in Honor of James W. VanStone.

Author Name: Pratt, Kenneth L.; Sheppard, William L.; Simeone, William E.; editors

Categories: Anthropology,

Publisher: [Madison, WI]: (University of Wisconsin Press), 1998.: 1998.

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: 96098

Keywords: ANTHROPOLOGY; PERIODICAL; ARCTIC ANTHROPOLOGY 1998. NO BOUNDARIES; PAPERS IN HONOR OF JAMES W. VANSTONE; ALASKAN ETHNOHISTORY; NATIVE AMERICANS; ALEUTS; KENNETH L. PRATT, EDITOR; WILLIAM L. SHEPPARD, EDITOR; WILLIAM E. SIMEONE, EDITOR; CHARLES V. LUCIER;