Anthropology of the North Pacific Rim
Investigating the anthropology, history, and art of the North Pacific rim from a comparative, trans-Beringian perspective, the essays in this book demonstrate that this region, often thought to be an icy, fog-bound vastness at the end of the world, more resembles an arctic Mediterranean, rich in material resources and cultural diversity.
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published March 17th 1994 by Smithsonian Books (DC)
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