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Record #167271:

A burial cave in the Western Aleutian Islands, Alaska / Dixie West, Christine Lefèvre, Debra Corbett, Susan Crockford.

Title: A burial cave in the Western Aleutian Islands, Alaska / Dixie West, Christine Lefèvre, Debra Corbett, Susan Crockford.
Author(s): West, Dixie.
Lefèvre, Christine.
Corbett, Debra.
Crockford, Susan.
Date: 2003.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (2003.), Vol. 40(1) (2003)
Abstract: In 1998 and 2000 field seasons cave was examined and three occupations found: human burials at rear from c. 1200 to 800 years ago, traces of hunting camp from as early as 390 years ago and Japanese and American war debris and graffiti from WW2. Russian trappers may have been there also, 150-200 years ago. Finds include artifacts, parasites and fauna.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 40(1) :70-86 (2003).

Keywords: 355 -- Defence.
393 -- Deaths and funerals.
639.1 -- Hunting, shooting and trapping.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*495.2) -- Aleutian Islands.
SPRI record no.: 167271

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