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- Arctic Anthropology
- University of Wisconsin Press
- The Morris Bay Kayak: Analysis and Implications for Inughuit Subsistence in the Pikialarsorsuaq Region Volume 53, Number 1, 2016, pp. 1-21
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This issue contains 7 articles in total
- Language Has a Spirit: Sakha (Yakut) Language Ideologies and Aesthetics of Sustenance
- Identifying Challenges and Opportunities for Residents in Upernavik as Oil Companies are Making a First Entrance into Baffin Bay
- The Role of Birds in the Subsistence Practices of the Dorset Peoples of Nunavik
- Do You Have Any Particular Favorite Place?: Hunters’ and Anglers’ Secrets Meet Tourism in Northern Norway
- Halibut Use on the Northwest Coast of North America: Reconciling Ethnographic, Ethnohistoric, and Archaeological Data
- Fish or Reindeer?: The Relation between Subsistence Patterns and Settlement Patterns among the Forest Sami
- The Morris Bay Kayak: Analysis and Implications for Inughuit Subsistence in the Pikialarsorsuaq Region
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