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1 FITZHUGH, William, (ed.) TUCK, James A. TAYLOR, J. Garth Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone
Mouton Publishers, The Hague, 1975, ISBN:9027976392 
FITZHUGH, William, (ed.) . Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone. The Hague : Mouton Publishers, (1975). Pp 405. 8vo, black cloth. Fitzhugh's Introduction. Part I Scandinavia. Stig Welinder's 'Agriculture, Inland Hunting, and Sea Hunting in the Western and Northern Region of the Baltic, 6000-2000 B.C."; Mats P. Malmer's 'The Rock Carvings at Nämforsen, Ångermanland, Sweden, as a Problem of Maritime Adaptation and Circumpolar Interrelations"; H. Christiansson and Noel D. Broadbent's "Prehistoric Coastal Settlement on the Upper Bothnian Coast of Northern Sweden"; Kristen R. Møllenhus's "Use of Slate in the Circumpolar Region"; Povl Simonsen's "When and Why Did Occupational Specialization Begin at the Scandinavian North Coast?"; Gutorm Gjessing's "Maritime Adaptations in Northern Norway's Prehistory"; Carl-Axel Moberg's "Circumpolar Adaptation Zones East-West and Cross-Economy Contacts North-South: An Outsider's Query, Especially on Ust'-Poluj".Part II North Pacific and Bering Sea. R.S. Vasilievsky's '"Problems of the Origin of the Ancient Sea Hunters' Cultures in the Northern Pacific"; Haru o Ohyi's "The Okhotsk Culture, a Maritime Culture of the Southern Okhotsk Sea Region"; S. Arutiunov and D. Sergeev's "Stability and Adaptibility in the Evolution of Hunting Tools in Ancient Eskimo Cultures"; Don E. Diamond's '"Coastal Adaptation and Cultural Change in Alaskan Eskimo Prehistory"; WilliamS. Laughlin' and Jean S. Aigners "Aleut Adaptation and Evolution"; Donald W. Clark's "Technological Continuity and Change within a Persistent Maritime Adaptation: Kodiak Island, Alaska"; : G.F. Grabert and C.E. Larsen's "Marine Transgressions and Cultural Adaptation: Preliminary Tests of an Environmental Model". Part III Northwest Atlantic. James A. Tuck's "Maritime Adaptation on the Northwest Atlantic Coast"; J. Garth Taylor's "Demography and Adaptations of Eighteenth-Century Eskimo Groups in Northern Labrador and Ungava". Part IV Comparative Studies. A.P. McCartney's '"Maritime Adaptations in Cold Archipelagoes : An Analysis of Environment and Culture in the Aleutian and Other Island Chains"; Fitzhugh's "A Comparative Approach to Northern Maritime Adaptations." Vg in vg dj. 100.00

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