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1. Archaeobotany of the Central Aleutian Islands
Few resources document Meut or Unangan plant use before Russian contact, emphasizing the need for multiple lines of evidence to understand Meut subsistence. What we can gather from written histories, plants contributed to Uncmgan subsistence providin ...
Diane Hanson, Holly Thorssin
2. Archaeology and Ethnography of the Alaska/ Yukon Borderlands
This project focuses on excavation of the Little John Paleoindian site near the AK/ Yukon border, with active involvement of the White River First Nation, Beaver Creek ...
David Yesner, Kristine Crossen, Rita Eagle
4. Power of Commerce: Tradition and Discourse in a Changing World
Tlingit market artists (1870-present) have been largely ignored, and even reviled, by Native art scholars and historians. The contribution of these men and women has been incalculable in terms of cultural continuity and transmission of traditional ...
Phyllis Fast, Christopher Smith
6. THE ROSALIYA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE: A SHORT-TERM COMPOSITE TOOL MAINTENANCE CAMP IN THE CENTRAL BROOKS RANGE, ALASKA.
The Rosaliya archaeological site is a small prehistoric site located on a large terrace overlooking the Killik River in Central Brooks Range. Limited excavation in 2005 yielded stone artifacts such as microblades (razor sharp pieces of stone), burin ...
Douglas Veltre, Nataliya Slobodina