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Identifier:G962W2000
Title [William Workman file.]
Description:
Ts. File compiled by M. Krauss:
1) Correspondence from W. Workman to M. Krause regarding prehistoric human occupation of the Commander Islands. 1 pp.
2) Human History of the Commander Islands, Sea Cows, etc. a bibliography. 1 pp.
3) Summary: the Significance of External Influences (Eastern and Western) in the Development of Aleutian Culture. Excerpt pp. 196-206.
4) Generating Wealth in a Harsh Land: The Athapaskans of Northwestern North America with Comparative Reflections on the Subarctic. By William Workman, University of Alaska Anchorage.
5) Coast to Coast: Prehistoric Maritime Cultures in the North Pacific. By William Workman and Allen P. Mc Cartney, In Arctic Anthropology Vol.35, No.1, pp 361-370.
6) Arctic Mirrors: Russia and the Small Peoples of the North. By Yuri Slezkine. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1994. Book Review by William Workman in Ethnohistory Vol. 42:4 Fall, 1995. 2 pp.
Comments
In 2012 William Workman was a Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Alaska Anchorage who began working in Alaskan Anthropology in 1962.
Citation
M. Krauss materials donated in 2012.
Contributors Workman, William B. (author)
Date2000
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Unangan
LingType ethnographic


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