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"And he was beautiful" : contemporary Athapaskan material culture in the collections of Field Museum of Natural History /

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Series: Fieldiana. Anthropology ; new ser., no. 10

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1371

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Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,1986.

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Alaska , Athapascan Indians , Catalogs , Field Museum of Natural History , Indians of North America , Material culture

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5283

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Title

"And he was beautiful" : contemporary Athapaskan material culture in the collections of Field Museum of Natural History /

Related Titles

Series: Fieldiana. Anthropology ; new ser., no. 10

Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ; 1371

By

Simeone, William E.

VanStone, James W.

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

Chicago, Ill. :Field Museum of Natural History,1986.

Notes:

"November 28, 1986."

"Accepted for publication March 5, 1986."

The collections of Field Museum of Natural History contains 65 examples of contemporary northern Athapaskan Indian crafts made by the Han, Tanacross, and Upper Tanana Indians. These objects were collected for the museum in 1981-1982 and are described, illustrated, and placed in their historical and contemporary context by this study. The authors demonstrate that contemporary northern Athapaskan material culture, at least in interior Alaska, is vital, innovative, and modern, but with strong ideological and technological roots in the past.

Fieldiana series has been published as Anthropological Series by Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943), and as Fieldiana: Anthropology by Chicago Natural History Museum (1945-1966) and Field Museum of Natural History (1966-).

Subjects

Alaska , Athapascan Indians , Catalogs , Field Museum of Natural History , Indians of North America , Material culture

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English

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OCLC: 14924272

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.5283

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