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  • Bibliography of Frederica de Laguna
  • Rachel Mason, Susan A. Kaplan, and Kristi Clifford

The entries for this bibliography were compiled using a variety of sources. Frederica de Laguna's 1992 curriculum vitae formed the core of the list and other publications were identified by searching various library collections and bibliographies, and by using online bibliographic sources such as JSTOR. Tracking down accurate information about publishers, dates, and holdings required creative use of the internet and many hours of patient research by Rachel Mason, Susan Kaplan, Kristi Clifford, and Stacy Ericson. Publications that de Laguna coauthored and which show her as the first author are indicated by an "and," while the word "with" is used to identify those publications where she was a second or third author.

1930 The Thousand March: Adventures of an American Boy with Garibaldi. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co.

Report on Archaeological Investigations in the Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet Districts, Alaska, June – October, 1930. Philadelphia: University Museum Archives, University of Pennsylvania.

1931 Excavations in Alaska. The University Museum Bulletin 3(2):46 – 47, 50.

Review of Légends et Chants Esquimaux du Groenland by William Thalbitzer. The Journal of American Folk-Lore 44(171): 119 – 121.

1932 An Alaskan Stone Lamp. The University Museum Bulletin 4(1):21 – 25.

A Comparison of Eskimo and Paleolithic Art. American Journal of Archaeology 36(4):477 – 511.

1933 The Alaskan Expedition. The University Museum Bulletin 4(5):134 – 135.

An Archaeological Problem Solved Concerning … Alaskan Lamps, etc. The Illustrated London News, October 12.

A Comparison of Eskimo and Paleolithic Art. American Journal of Archaeology 38(1):77 – 107.

Mummified Heads from Alaska. American Anthropologist 35(4):742 – 744.

Peintures Rupestres Eskimo. Journal de la Societé des Américanistes, n.s. 25:17 – 30.

Three Carvings from Cook Inlet, Alaska. The University Museum Bulletin 4(2):56 – 58.

1934 The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. Philadelphia: Published for the University Museum by the University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ceremonial Paddles from the Eyak Indians, Alaska. The University Museum Bulletin 5(2):57 – 59.

Vorgeschichtliche Eskimokunst in Alaska. Die Umschau 38(17):332 – 333.

1935 Eskimo Dug-Outs. The University Museum Bulletin 5(4):49 – 53.

Expedition to the Yukon. The University Museum Bulletin 5(7):50 – 57.

1936 An Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Middle and Lower Yukon Valley, Alaska. American Antiquity 2(1):6 – 12.

Indian Masks from the Lower Yukon. American Anthropologist 38(4):569 – 585.

Preliminary Report of an Archaeological and Geological Reconnaissance of the Middle and Lower Yukon Valley. Miscellanea 1(2):31 – 40. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.

1937 A Preliminary Sketch of the Eyak Indians, Copper River Delta, Alaska. In Twenty-fifth Anniversary Studies. Philadelphia Anthropological Society Publications, vol. 1. D. S. Davidson, ed. Pp. 63 – 75. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Anthropological Society. [End Page 7]

Review of The Former Eskimo Settlements on Frederick VI's Coast by Therkel Mathiassen and The Eskimo Archaeology of Julianhaab District by Therkel Mathiassen and Erik Holtved. American Anthropologist 39(3):533 – 534.

The Arrow Points to Murder. The Crime Club, Inc. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, and Co. [Reprinted 1999. Homer: Kachemak Country Publications.]

1938 Fog on the Mountain. The Crime Club, Inc. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, and Co. [Reprinted 1995. Homer: Kachemak Country Publications.]

Man's Sub-Arctic Ally: History of the Ever Useful Reindeer. Frontiers: A Magazine of Natural History 3(2):48 – 54, 64.

Review of Archaeology of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska by Henry B. Collins, Jr. American Anthropologist 40(2):302 – 304.

With Kaj Birket-Smith
The Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska. Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard. [Reprinted 1976. New York: AMS Press.]

1939 Eskimo and Tena Lamps and Cooking Pots (abstract of paper). Compte Rendue de la Deuxième Session 1938, Congrès International des Sciences Anthropologiques et Ethnologiques, Copenhague. Copenhagen: Einar Munksgaard. Pp. 298 – 299.

A Pottery Vessel from Kodiak Island, Alaska. American Antiquity 4(4):334 – 343.

Review of Ancient Andean Life by Edgar L. Hewett. American Journal of Archaeology 43(4):725.

Review of Ancient Caves in the Great Salt Lake Region by Julian H. Steward. American Journal of Archaeology 43(1):183 – 185.

Review of Archaeological Excavations at Kukulik, St. Lawrence...


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