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Stone, James W. van
Van Stone, James W.
Vanstone, James W.
Vanstone, James Willard
writer of accompanying material
Field Museum of Natural History
Garfied, Viola E.
Korsakovskij, Petr (19e e)
Kraus, David H.
Lucier, Charles V.
Merbs, Charles F.
Noice, Harold (1896-19??)
Oswalt, Wendell H.
Townsend, Joan B. (1933-)
University of Pennsylvania
Vasilʹev, Ivan Ya (19e e)
A. F. Kashevarov's coastal explorations in Northwest Alaska, 1838
Akulivikchuk: a nineteenth century Eskimo village on the Nashagak River, Alaska
Akulivikchuk : a nineteenth century Eskimo village on the Nushagak River, Alaska
"And he was beautiful" : contemporary Athapaskan material culture in the collections of Field Museum of Natural History
annotated ethnohistorical bibliography of the Nushagak River region, Alaska, An
Archaeological collection from Somerset Island and Boothia Peninsula, N. W. T.
Archaeological excavations at Kotzebue, Alaska
Athapaskan adaptations : hunters and fishermen of the subarctic forests
Athapaskan clothing and related objects in the collections of Field Museum of Natural History
Bruce collection of Eskimo material culture from Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, The
Bruce Collection of Eskimo material culture from Port Clarence, Alaska, The
changing culture of the Snowdrift Chipewyan, The
Cherry collection of Deg Hita̕n (Ingalik) material culture, The
contribution to the human osteology of the Canadian Arctic
E. W. Nelson's notes on the Indians of the Yukon and Innoko Rivers, Alaska
early archaeological example of tattooing from northwestern Alaska/ James W. VanStone and Charles V. Lucier., An
Eskimos of the Nushagak river an ethnographic history
ethnoarcheology of Crow Village, Alaska, The
ethnographic collection from Northern Sakhalin Island, An
ethnographic collection from the Northern Ute in the Field Museum of Natural History, An
Ethnographic collections from the Assiniboine and Yanktonai Sioux in the Field Museum of Natural History
first Peary collection of polar Eskimo material culture, The
Historic Ingalik settlements along the Yukon, Innoko, and Anvik Rivers, Alaska.
Historic Pottery of the Kotzebue Sound Iñupiat
Historic settlement patterns in the Nushagak River region, Alaska
Hunters and fisherman of the Arctic forests
Hunters and fishermen of the Arctic forests
Indian trade ornaments in the collections of Field Museum of Natural History
Ingalik contact ecology : an ethnohistory of the Lower-Middle Yukon, 1790- 1935
Isaac Cowie collection of plains cree material culture from Central Alberta, The
Kijik : an historic Tanaina Indian settlement
Material culture of the Blackfoot (Blood) Indians of Southern Alberta
Material culture of the Chilcotin Athapaskans of West Central British Columbia : collections in the Field Museum of Natural History
Material culture of the Davis Inlet and Barren Ground Naskapi: the William Duncan Strong Collection
Mesquakie (Fox) material culture: the William Jones and Frederick Starr collections
new perspectives on native north america: cultures, histories, and representations
Noice collection of Copper Inuit material culture, The
Nordenskiöld collection of Eskimo material culture from Port Clarence, Alaska, The
Notes on the Indians of the Yukon and Innoko Rivers, Alaska
Nunivak Island Eskimo (Yuit) technology and material culture
Nushagak : an historic trading center in southwestern Alaska
Otryvki iz dnevnika.
Paugvik : a nineteenth-century native village on Bristol Bay, Alaska
Point Hope, an eskimo village in transition
Russian exploration in Southwest Alaska : the travel journals of Petr Korsakovskiy (1818) and Ivan Ya. Vasilev (1829)
Simms collection of Plains Cree material culture from southeastern Saskatchewan, The
Simms collection of Southwestern Chippewa material culture, The
Speck collection of Montagnais material culture from the lower St. Lawrence drainage, Quebec, The
Tikchik village : a nineteenth century riverine community in Southwestern Alaska
Traditional Beluga drives of the Iñupiat of Kotzebue Sound, Alaska
V.S. Khromchenko's coastal explorations in southwestern Alaska, 1822
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania, 1954