Handbook of North American Indians: Arctic

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Government Printing Office, 1978 - History - 845 pages
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Combines history and anthropology to investigate the origins, development, cultures, religion, and social and political organization of the aboriginal peoples of North America
 

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Edited by DeMallie, director of the American Indian Studies Research Institute at Indiana University, this latest addition to the distinguished "Handbook of North American Indians" series documents ... Read full review

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The Author mentions an island that my grandfather is from but, that is not what you call the "arctic circle". The arctic circle is further up and I believed closer to Canada. Otherwise, I did find some information about my family history and I am seeking more to find since it is a part of who I am. The Alaskan Island my grandfather, Andrew Noatak, is from is Nunivak Island, AK. 

Contents

Western Arctic
72
136
121
185
164
History of Colonial Greenland 676 The Grise Fiord Project
556
Polar Eskimo 683 Contemporary Inuit of Quebec
577
The PanEskimo Movement
620
The 19501980 Period Robert Petersen
646
The Land Claims Era in Alaska
657
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Editor, the anthropologist William C. Sturtevant, who had a long career in the field of anthropology and with the Smithsonian, died in 2007.