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The archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska
Frederica De Laguna
Bibliography: p. 232-234.
|Statement||by Frederica De Laguna, with a chapter on skeletal material by Bruno Oetteking.|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 D37 1975b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 264 p.,  leaves of plates (1 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||76359400|
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The range of the Dena’ina people stretches from the Cook Inlet region to southcentral Alaska and has been established for a thousand years. Yet their culture has largely been overlooked, leaving large gaps in the literature. Dena’inaq’ Huch’ulyeshi, a new catalog of Dena’ina materials, is an ambitious project that finally brings their culture to ly illustrated with more. The Turnagain Arm is a narrow branch of the Cook Inlet, which connects to the Gulf of Alaska. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a wildlife reserve located at the edge of Portage Valley. On the sprawling refuge, injured and orphaned wild animals are rehabilitated, including large Alaskan land animals like grizzly bears, wood bison 5/5(38).
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The material upon which this report is based was collected during three seasons’ work in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound. In the summer of Dr. Birket-Smith of the Danish National Museum, Copenhagen, proposed to excavate in the area of Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula; the author, representing the University Museum, Philadelphia, was to accompany him as assistant; my brother.
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An Anniversary Collection volume. Preface in Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. Frederica De Laguna, Frederica De Laguna. In Archeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. With a Chapter On Skeletal Material from Bruno Oetteking. 2nd Edition.
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A watershed extending from Anchorage to the Gulf of Alaska, the Cook Inlet encompasses miles ( km) of beauty and recreation. It’s surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, glaciers and volcanoes, including the active Augustine Volcano and Mount Redoubt, linking the area with tsunamis and earthquakes in the past.
The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska Author: De Laguna, Frederica University of Pennsylviania Press, Near fine in. Anchorage History. The indigenous inhabitants of the Cook Inlet Region are the Dena’ina.
The Dena’ina are one of 11 Athabascan languages that are spoken throughout Alaska. It is believed that Athabascan-speaking Dena'ina arrived in the Southcentral Alaska sometime between 1, and 1, years ago.
They are a matrilineal culture, tracing. Alan S. Boraas (Ap - November 4, ) is a professor of anthropology at Kenai Peninsula College in Alaska. He is known for his research into the culture, history, and archaeology of the peoples of the Cook Inlet area of Alaska, and in particular has worked closely with the Dena'ina people of the Kenai is an adopted member of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, and is helping.
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Frederica De Laguna. Philadelphia, PA: University of. Yukon Island is an island in outer Kachemak Bay, an inlet of the Cook Inlet of south central island is located about 9 miles (14 km) south of Homer.
The island is archaeologically sensitive, with a number of sites documenting the prehistory of the h: Kenai Peninsula Borough. Coastal Sites in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound, Alaska Melissa F. Baird Abstract In her book, Chugach Prehistory: The Archaeology of Prince William Sound, Alaska, Frederica de Laguna hypothesized that the pictographs of Prince William Sound "find their clos-est analogy in the Eskimo pictographs of Cook Inlet" (de Laguna ).
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