Alaskan Eskimo : A Study of the Relationship Between the Eskimo and the Chipewyan Indians of Central Canada


SHAPIRO, H. L. The Alaskan Eskimo : A Study of the Relationship Between theEskimo and the Chipewyan Indians of Central Canada. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume XXXI, Part VI. New York City : American Museum of Natural History, 1931. Pp (2),347-384,(2). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, grey card covers, front cover lettered in black. Tourville, Alaska, A Bibliography 4091. Contents : Introduction; Comparative Material; Observations; Analyses and Comparisons (Stature, Head Length, Head Width, Cephalic Index, Face Height, Face Width, Facial Index, Cephalo-Facial Index, Nose Length, Nasal Width, Nasal Index); Discussion; Summary. Illustrations : 1. Geographical Location of Principal Series mentioned in the Text. 2. Eskimo Types from Wales, Alaska. 3. Eskimo Types fromWales, Alaska, and Diomede Island. 4. Eskimo Types from Igloo, Alaska. 5. Distribution of the Musk Ox. Ex-library (residue from spine label, inkstamps0, lightly browned,else very good. 25.00

Title: Alaskan Eskimo : A Study of the Relationship Between the Eskimo and the Chipewyan Indians of Central Canada

Author Name: SHAPIRO, H. L Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 31:6

Categories: 888,

Publisher: American Museum of Natural History, New York City, 1931,:

Seller ID: 102422

Keywords: ALASKAN ESKIMO COMPARATIVE ANTHROPOLOGY CHIPEWYAN INDIANS UNITED STATES CANADA CRANIAL MORPHOLOGY,