Anthropological Survey in Alaska: Extract from the Forty-Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

By: Hrdli?ka, Aleš [Hrdlicka, Ales]

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Book Condition: Very Good


Dark blue cloth with gilt spine and cover titles, 21.8 by 28.3 cm, pp. 22-374 plus a 5-page list of Shorey publications, illus. with charts, maps, and black and white photographs. Very good with light shelf wear to the boards and heavy yellowing to the edges of the textblock. A 1973 reprint of an early anthropological study of the Yukon with sections on the ancient man, the Tanana, indigenous sites and villages along the Tanana, pre-Russian sites, ancient stone cultures, pottery, the Alaskan grooved stone ax, skeletal remains of the Yukon, the western Eskimo region, skulls of Eskimo children, physical anthropology, physiological observations, “a strange group of Eskimo near Point Barrow,” and much, much more.

Title: Anthropological Survey in Alaska: Extract from the Forty-Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology

Author Name: Hrdli?ka, Aleš [Hrdlicka, Ales]

Categories: Anthropology, Archaeology, Native American,

Edition: facsimile reproduction (originally published by the U.S. Government Printing Office in 1930)

Publisher: Seattle, WA, The Shorey Book Store: 1973

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 3337