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Record #166471:

Twentieth century Iñupiaq Eskimo reindeer herding on northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska / James Johnson Koffroth Simon.

Title: Twentieth century Iñupiaq Eskimo reindeer herding on northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska / James Johnson Koffroth Simon.
Author(s): Simon, James Johnson Koffroth.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Fairbanks, USA: University of Alaska
Abstract: Historical study of more than century of Bering Strait Iñupiaq herding shows that it became inculturated. Iñupiat were already aware of Chukchi herding and its benefits. It became incorporated into notions of property, wealth, prestige, social organisation, subsistence and land use, and enabled Iñupiat to improve standards of life at time of rapid social change.
Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
93"19" -- Twentieth century.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*49) : 636.294(=562)[1998]
SPRI record no.: 166471

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