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Record #112140:

Interethnic contact and nineteenth century British ceramic distribution / Louise M. Jackson.

Title: Interethnic contact and nineteenth century British ceramic distribution / Louise M. Jackson.
Author(s): Jackson, Louise M.
Date: 1991.
In: Canadian Journal of Archaeology. (1991.), Vol. 15 (1991)
Abstract: Regional case study of incorporation on British ceramics into native southwestern Alaskan life. Indicates selective processes operating on form, function and meaning of ceramic objects in new context. Concludes by suggesting how this class of trade goods can be used to explicate ethnic interaction, impact of Westernization, and resulting culture change among native populations cross-culturally.
Notes:

Canadian Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 15 :129-142 (1991).

Keywords: 641.722 -- Crockery.
39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo. Yup'ik.
394 -- Social life.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
903 -- Archaeology.
93 -- History.
93"18" -- Nineteenth century.
U -- Archaeology.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*492) -- Alaska, Kuskokwim.
(410) -- Great Britain.
SPRI record no.: 112140

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