Volume 47, Number 2, 2010

Table of Contents

Issue in Honor of Don E. Dumond

Guest editors: Roger K. Harritt and Richard L. Bland

Introduction

pp. iii-2
|

Bibliography of Don E. Dumond

pp. 3-8
|

A Dialogue with Don Dumond

pp. 9-21
|

Another Look at the Pegtymel’ Petroglyphs

pp. 22-31
|

Cugtun Alngautat: The History and Development of a Picture Text among the Nuniwarmiut Eskimo, Nunivak Island, Alaska

pp. 32-41
|

Pottery Making of Sakhalin Island in Historical Dynamics: From the Neolithic to the Paleometal Period

pp. 42-58
|

Ground Squirrel: The Mysterious Rodent of Kodiak

pp. 59-68
|

The Distribution of Alcohol among the Natives of Russian America

pp. 69-79
|

Recent Work at Difchahak, a Center of Norton Culture in Eastern Norton Sound, Alaska

pp. 80-89
|

The End of the Kachemak Tradition on the Kenai Peninsula, Southcentral Alaska

pp. 90-96
|

Cultural Remains in Local and Regional Context on the Central Alaska Peninsula: Housepits, Language, and Cultural Affinities at Marraatuq after 1000 B.P.

pp. 97-103
|

Holocene Radiocarbon-Dated Sites in Northeastern Siberia: Issues of Temporal Frequency, Reservoir Age, and Human-Nature Interaction

pp. 104-115
|

Ancient Footsteps in a New Land: Building an Inventory of the Earliest Alaskan Sites

pp. 116-132
|

How a Northern Interest Began: A Chapter about Don Dumond’s Effect

pp. 133-145
|

Eater of Dust

pp. 146-148
|