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- Arctic Anthropology
- University of Wisconsin Press
- Stone Walls as a Means of Understanding the Different Types of Reindeer Herding: A Study from the Lule Sámi Area on the Norwegian Side of the Border Volume 51, Number 2, 2014, pp. 23-34
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This issue contains 6 articles in total
- Reconstructing Historic Labrador Inuit Plant Use: An Exploratory Phytolith Analysis of Soapstone-Vessel Residues
- Living with Bears: Excavation of a Thule‐Era House, St. Matthew Island, Alaska
- Spirituality and the Seamstress: Birds in Ipiutak and Western Thule Lifeways at Deering, Alaska
- Stone Walls as a Means of Understanding the Different Types of Reindeer Herding: A Study from the Lule Sámi Area on the Norwegian Side of the Border
- Exploring Water Insecurity in a Northern Indigenous Community in Canada: The “Never-Ending Job” of the Southern Inuit of Black Tickle, Labrador
- A Newly Documented Whole-Sky Circumpolar Constellation in Alaskan Gwich’in
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