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Record #214188:

The Ipiutak spirit-scape: an archaeological phenomenon / William W. Fitzhugh.

Title: The Ipiutak spirit-scape: an archaeological phenomenon / William W. Fitzhugh.
Author(s): Fitzhugh, William W.
Date: 2014.
Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
In: Foragers of Point Hope : the biology and archaeology on the edge of the Alaskan Arctic. (2014.),
Abstract: Considers Ipiutak culture in context of other archaeological and living circumpolar and Asian cultures. Focuses on examination of art and ritual materials excavated at Point Hope, northern Alaska. Argues that underlying traditions and structures indicate emergence of Ipiutak culture from southern/western Alaskan culture base onto which many new ideas were grafted from northern and east-central Asia.
Notes:

In: The foragers of Point Hope : the biology and archaeology on the edge of the Alaskan Arctic / Charles E. Hilton, Benjamin M. Auerbach, Libby W. Cowgill, eds.

Keywords: 291.612 -- Shamanism.
39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
394 -- Social life.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
572 -- Anthropology, physical.
903 -- Archaeology: Ipiutak.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*494) -- Alaska, northwestern.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*93) : 903[2014]
SPRI record no.: 214188

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