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作者 Steffian, Amy F., author
書名 Kal'unek From Karluk : Kodiak Alutiiq history and the Archaeology of the Karluk One Village Site / Amy F. Steffian, Marnie A. Leist, Sven D. Haakanson, Jr., Patrick G. Saltonstall
出版項 Fairbanks : University of Alaska Press, [2015]
國際標準書號 9781602232440 (hardback : alkaline paper)
book jacket
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 傅斯年圖書館西文巨冊書  WX E99.E7 S817 2015    在架上    30530001235209
說明 xiv, 383 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 30 cm
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附註 "A project of the Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository, Kodiak, Alaska"
"Karluk One is a remarkable archaeological site. For six hundred years, the Alutiiq built houses upon houses, preserving layer after layer of their ways of life. When fresh water from a nearby pond seeped through the deposit, the massive mound of cultural debris became suspended in time. Yet the site's location at the mouth of a once-salmon-rich river meant it could disappear at any moment. Working together, researchers and community members recovered more than 26,000 items made of wood, bone, ivory, baleen, antler, and leather before the meandering river finally shifted and washed away the site forever. Kal'unek--From Karluk fully explores the ancient site and its contents to create a picture of prehistoric Alutiiq life. Beautifully photographed, the book also features essays by community members and scholars as well as a ground-breaking glossary of Alutiiq terms developed for the artifacts by Kodiak Alutiiq speakers. No other collection has figured so centrally in building awareness of Alutiiq history or promoting an accurate view of the richness of Kodiak's Native past. And no other book illuminates these extraordinary finds as brilliantly as Kal'unek-From Karluk"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 327-346) and index
1. The Karluk One site and its role in community change on Kodiak / Richard A. Knecht. Short Essays. It Started in Karluk / Allen Panamaroff; From Little Things, Big Things Grow / Colleen Lazenby; Tidelines : Re/Visiting Karluk / Katharine Woodhouse-Beyer; Rescue Archaeology Invites Fresh Perspective in School Lessons / Cheryl Heitman Meunier -- 2. Settling the Karluk River. Short Essays. Pollen Studies in the Karluk River Region, Alaska / Robert E. Nelson; The Storm that Changed Everything / Ronnie Lind; First Survey, First Steps : the beginning of the Karluk Archaeology Project / Kevin P. Smith; Archaeological Conservation in the Twenty-First Century / Matthew VanDaele; Adversity in Archaeology / Mark A. Rusk -- 3. Kal'ut-Karluk Village. Short Essays. How Old is Karluk One? / Catherine F. West; Give and Take / Gerald Sheehan; Seven Years as an Archaeologist / Philip McCormick; Going to School at Karluk One / Ben Fitzhugh -- 4. The Karluk One Collection. Short Essays. Caring for Karluk One / Elizabeth Pontti Eufemio; Volunteering with Benefits / Pat Kozak; Working with twenty-six thousand pieces / Marnie A. Leist; Conservation of Karluk One Artifacts / Ellen Carrlee-- 5. Economic Life. Short Essays. How the Animals Came to be Created : a legend collected in Karluk, Alaska, February 7, 1872 / by Alphonse Pinart; translated by Céline Wallace; Tough Tools : Bone and Antler Implements from Karluk / Amy V. Margaris; Learning from Fish Bones / Catherine F. West; Looking at Kayaks / Alfred Naumoff, Jr. -- 6. Household Life. Short Essays. Sorting out the Sods / Patrick G. Saltonstall; Carving Alutiiq-Style Oil Lamps / Sandee Drabek; Ingenuity in Artifacts / Sven D. Haakanson, Jr. -- 7. Social and Spiritual Life. Short Essays. Faces from the Past / Christopher Donta; A Piercing Question / Amy F. Steffian; Sharing Knowledge through the Looking Both Ways Exhibition / Aron L. Crowell; A Love of Old Things / Coral Chernoff -- References -- Glossary: New Words for Old Things : Creating Alutiiq Terms for Karluk One Artifacts / April Laktonen Counceller -- Appendix I: Sources of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Ethnographic Information on the Kodiak Alutiiq People -- Appendix II: Karluk Region Archaeological Research Projects and Crew Members
主題 Pacific Gulf Yupik Eskimos -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Antiquities
Pacific Gulf Yupik Eskimos -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Antiquities -- Pictorial works
Paleo-Eskimos -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island
Villages -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- History
Material culture -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- History
Native Village of Karluk -- Antiquities
Kodiak Island (Alaska) -- Antiquities
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology. bisacsh
Alt Author Leist, Marnie A., author
Haakanson, Sven D., author
Saltonstall, Patrick G., author
Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository
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