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  Volume 41, Number 2, 2004

Table of Contents


pp. iii-iv

Editor's Note

pp. 1-2


pp. 3-4

Bibliography of Allen P. McCartney

pp. 5-12

An Uncommon Accomplishment: Allen McCartney's Forty Years of Research in the Aleut Region of Alaska

pp. 13-22

Our Northern Start, Chaluka and Anangula, 1962: A Photo Essay

pp. 23-49

A Brief Note on the Significance of Prehistoric Dogs from the Eastern Aleutian Islands

pp. 50-54

Historic Kanataq: One Central Alaska Peninsula Community's Use of Subsistence Resources and Places

pp. 55-69

No Vestige of a Beginning-No Prospect of an End: Allen McCartney's Contributions on the Problem of Cultural Frontiers and Ethnic Boundaries

pp. 70-75

Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Subarctic and Subantarctic Zones: The Aleutian/Fuegian Connection Reconsidered

pp. 76-97

Traditions Past and Present: Allen McCartney and the Izembek Phase of the Western Alaska Peninsula

pp. 98-111

Volcanism and History on the Northern Alaska Peninsula

pp. 112-125

Unangam Aleut Social System

pp. 126-139

Warriors of Kodiak: Military Traditions of Kodiak Islanders

pp. 140-152

The Northern Archaic Tradition in Southwestern Alaska

pp. 153-162

A Preliminary Reevaluation of the Punuk-Thule Interface at Wales, Alaska

pp. 163-176

The Status of Archaeology and Archaeological Practice in Southeast Alaska in Relation to the Larger Northwest Coast

pp. 177-196

Allen P. McCartney's Contributions to Canadian Archaeology: A Photo Essay

pp. 197-203

A Processual Investigation of a Thule Whale Bone House, Somerset Island, Arctic Canada

pp. 204-221

Kitigaaryuit: A Portrait of the Mackenzie Inuit in the 1890s, Based on the Journals of Isaac O. Stringer

pp. 222-237

From TEK to IQ: Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Inuit Cultural Ecology

pp. 238-250

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