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Amundsen, Roald E. G.
    1908a Roald Amundsen’s “The Northwest Passage.” Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship “Gjöa,” 1903-1907 2 vols. New York: E. P. Dutton; and London: A. Constable, Vol. I, pp. 1-335 Illus.
    1908b Roald Amundsen’s “The Northwest Passage.” Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship “Gjöa,” 1903-1907 2 vols. New York: E. P. Dutton; and London: A. Constable, pp. 1-295 Supplement, “Towards King Haakon VII’s Land,” by Godfred Hansen, pp. 296-364Illus.
Anderson, Rudolph Martin
    1924 Report on the Natural History Collections of the Expedition. In Vilhjálmur Stefánsson, My Life with the Eskimo. New York: Macmillan, pp. 436-527; See Stefánsson, 1924.
Anderson, Wanni W.
    1974 /75 Song Duel of the Kobuk River Eskimo. Folk 16-17:73-81.
Astrup, Eivind
    1896 In the Land of the Northernmost Eskimo. Translated from the Norwegian by Carl Siewers. Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art , n.s. 63(5):593-605.
    1898 With Peary near the Pole. Translated from the Norwegian by H. J. Bull. London: C. Arthur Pearson, pp. 9-12, 48-173, 264-362; Illus.
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Babcock, William H.
    1913 Eskimo Long Distance Voyages. American Anthropologist, n.s. 15:138-141.
Balikci, Asen
    1970 The Netsilik Eskimo. Garden City, New York: Natural History Press for the American Museum of Natural History, Foreword by Margaret Mead, pp. [xi]-xii; Preface, pp. [xiii]-xiv; Introduction, pp. [xv]-xxiv; pp. 1-245; Bibliography, pp. [247]-249; Illus.
Beaglehole, J. C. editor
    1967 The Journals of Captain James Cook on His Voyages of Discovery: III, The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776-1780. Vol. 3 in two parts. Cambridge: University Press, Part One, pp. 333-471; Illus.
Beechey, Frederick W.
    1831 Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering’s Strait, to Co-operate with the Polar Expeditions: Performed in His Majesty’s Ship Blossom . . . in the Years 1825, 26, 27, 28 . . . 2 vols. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, Vol. I, pp. 330-472; Illus.
Bernier, J. E.
    1911 Report on the Dominion Government Expedition to the Northern Waters and Arctic Archipelago of the D. G. S. “Arctic” in 1910. Ottawa: Canada Department of Marine and Fisheries, pp. 32-84; Appendix 1, pp. 85-89; Appendix 2, pp. 89-106; Appendix 4, pp. 113-116; Appendix 5, pp. 132-137; Appendix 6, pp. 137-145; Illus.
Bessels, Emil
    1884 The Northernmost Inhabitants of the Earth: An Ethnographic Sketch. Translated from the German by the author. The American Naturalist 18:861-882; Illus.
Best, George
    1867a The Fyrst Booke of the First Voyage of Martin Frobisher, Esquier, Captayne Generall for the Discoverie of the Passage To Cataya and the East India, by the Northweast, First Attempted in Anno Dom. 1576, the 15. of May. In Richard Collinson, compiler, The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher … London: Hakluyt Society, 1st series, vol. 38, pp. 72-75. See Collinson.
    1867b A True Reporte of Such Things as Hapned in the Second Voyage of Captayne Frobysher, Pretended for the Discoverie of a New Passage to Cataya, China, and the East India, by the North West. Anno Do. 1577. In Richard Collinson, compiler, The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher … London: Hakluyt Society, 1st series, vol. 38, pp. 127-151. See Collinson.
Bilby, Julian W.
    1923 Among Unknown Eskimo: An Account of Twelve Years Intimate Relations with the Primitive Eskimo of Ice-Bound Baffin Land, with a Description of their Ways of Living, Hunting Customs and Beliefs. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, pp. 17-263; Appendix, Eskimo Deities, pp. 265-270; Illus.
    1926 Nanook of the North: The Story of an Eskimo Family. 2nd ed. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, pp. 1-261; Illus.
Birket-Smith Kaj
    1918 The Greenland Bow. Meddelelser om Grønland 56(1):[3]-25; Literature, pp. 26-28; Illus.
    1924 Ethnography of the Egedesminde District with Aspects of the General Culture of West Greenland. Translated from the Danish by Aslaug Mikkelsen. Meddelelser om Grønland 66:[3]-459; Bibliography, pp. [460]-473; Additions and Corrections, pp. [474]-476; p. 484; Illus.
    1929a The Caribou Eskimos: Material and Social Life and Their Cultural Position. Descriptive Part. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition, 1921-24, vol. 5, pt. 1,pp. [7]-306; Illus.
    1929b The Caribou Eskimos: Material and Social Life and Their Cultural Position. Analytical Part. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition, 1921-24, vol. 5, pt. 2, pp. 5-380; Abbreviations, pp. 381-382; Bibliography, pp. 383-416; Corrections, p. [420]; Illus.
    1936 The Eskimos. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert; revised translation by C. Daryll Forde. London: Methuen, pp. 1-223; Appendix I, Summary of Eskimo Tribal Groups, pp. 225-226; Appendix II, Rul Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert; revised translation by C. Daryll Forde. London: Methuen, pp. 1-223; Appendix I, Summary of Eskimo Tribal Groups, pp. 225-226; Appendix II, Rules of Pronunciation, pp. 226-227; Appendix III, Bibliography, pp. 227-239; Illus.
    1941 Early Collections from the Pacific Eskimo. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert. In Ethnographical Studies Published on the Occasion of the Centenary of the Ethnographical Department, National Museum. Nationalmuseets Skrifter, Etnografisk Række I, pp. [121]-159; Notes, pp. 160-163; Illus.
    1945 Ethnographical Collections from the Northwest Passage. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert. Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition, 1921-24, vol. 6, pt. 2, pp. [7]-286; Bibliography, pp. [287]-291; Illus.
    1953 The Chugach Eskimo. Nationalmuseets Skrifter: Etnografisk Række 6, pp. 1-234; Appendices, pp. [235]-251; Bibliography, pp. [252]-261; Illus.
    1959 The Earliest Eskimo Portraits. Folk 1:5-13; Notes, pp. 13-14; Illus.
    1974 /75 Wergild in Northwestern America and Its Old-World Relations. Folk 16-17:271-274; Notes, pp. 275-276; Bibliography, pp. 276-281.
Bistrup, Anna
    1911 Eskimo Women in Greenland. Century Magazine 82:668-674; Illus.
Black, Lydia T.
    1983 Eskimo Motifs in Aleut Art and Folklore. Études/Inuit/Studies 7(1):3-18; References, pp. 19-23.
    1987 Whaling in the Aleutians. Études/Inuit/Studies 11(2):7-41; Appendix, pp. 42-43; References, pp. 44-50; Illus.
Black, Lydia T. translator and editor
    1977 The Konyag (the Inhabitants of the Island of Kodiak) by Iosaf [Bolotov] (1794-1799) and by Gideon (1804-1807). Arctic Anthropology 14(2):79-107; References, 107-108; Illus.
Boas, Franz
    1888a The Central Eskimo. In Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology . . ., 1884-85, Washington: Government Printing Office. pp. [409]-658; Glossary, pp. [659]-666; Appendix, pp. [667]-669; Illus.
    1888b The Eskimo. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada for the Year 1887 Montreal. , 1st series, vol. 5, sect. 2, pp. 35-39.
    1894 Notes on the Eskimo of Port Clarence, Alaska. Journal of American Folk-Lore 7(24):205-208.
    1899 Property Marks of Alaskan Eskimo. American Anthropologist, n.s. 1(4):601-613; Illus.
    1900 Religious Beliefs of the Central Eskimo. Popular Science Monthly 57:624-631.
    1901 The Eskimo of Baffin Land and Hudson Bay: From Notes Collected by Capt. George Comer, Capt. James S. Mutch, and Rev. E. J. Peck. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, New York. vol. 15, pt. I, pp. 4-370; Illus.
    1907 Second Report on the Eskimo of Baffin Land and Hudson Bay: From Notes Collected by Captain George Comer, Captain James S. Mutch, and Rev. E. J. Peck. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, New York. vol. 15, pt. II, pp. 374-570; illus.; Illus.
Bockstoce, J. R.
    1977 Eskimos of Northwest Alaska in the Early Nineteenth Century: Based on the Beechey and Belcher Collections and records compiled during the voyage of H.M.S. Blossom to Northwest Alaska in 1826 and 1827. Edited by T. K. Penniman. University of Oxford, Pitt Rivers Museum Monograph Series No. 1.Oxford: Oxprint Limited, pp. 2-103; Appendix: Day-to-Day Contacts Between the Blossom’s Crew and the Eskimos, pp. 104-132; Bibliography pp. 133-139; Illus.
Bogoras, Waldemar
    1904 -1909 The Chukchee. In The Jesup North Pacific Expedition, Vol. 7, edited by Franz Boas, and Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. 11. Part 1, Material Culture (1904), pp. 1-276; Part 2, Religion (1907), pp. 277-536; Part 3, Social Organization (1909), pp. 537-733. Leyden: A. J. Brill; and New York: A. Stechert; Illus.
    1913 The Eskimo of Siberia. In The Jesup North Pacific Expedition, Vol. 8, edited by Franz Boas, and Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. 12, Part 3, pp. 419-456. Leyden: A. J. Brill and New York: A. Stechert. Illus.
Brill, A. A.
    1913 Piblokto or Hysteria among Peary’s Eskimos. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease New York. 40(8):514-520.
Brower, Charles
    1899 Sinew Working at Point Barrow. American Anthropologist, n.s. 1:597.
    1943 Fifty Years below Zero: A Lifetime of Adventure in the Far North. 4th ed. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, pp. 6-310; Illus.
Bruce, Miner W.
    1894 Report [fiscal year 1892-93]. In Sheldon Jackson, Report on Introduction of Domesticated Reindeer into Alaska, 1894. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 96-116; Illus.
Bryant, Henry G.
    1896 Notes on the Most Northern Eskimos. Report of the Sixth International Geographical Congress, London, 1895, pp. 677-684.
Burch, Ernest S., Jr.
    1970 The Eskimo Trading Partnership in North Alaska: A Study in “Balanced Reciprocity.” Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska map. 1974 Eskimo Warfare 15(1):49-78; References Used, 78-80; in Northwest Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 16(2):1-13; RefereIllus.
    1974 Eskimo Warfare in Northwest Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 16(2):1-13; References, p. 14.
    1975a Eskimo Kinsmen: Changing Family Relationships in Northwest Alaska. Monograph of the American Ethnological Society 59. St. Paul: West Publishing Company, pp. v-ix, 1-303; References, pp. 305-327. Illus.
    1975b Inter-Regional Transportation in Traditional Northwest Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 17(2):1-9; References, pp. 10-11; Illus.
    1976 Overland Travel Routes in Northwest Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 18(1):1-9; References, pp. 9-10; Illus.
    1981 The Traditional Eskimo Hunters of Point Hope, Alaska: 1800-1875. [Barrow, Alaska]: The North Slope Borough, pp. iii-iv, 1-62; Appendix I, Oral Sources, pp. 63-64; Appendix II, Traditional Place-Names, 65-77; Notes, pp. 79-82; References Cited, pp. 83-89; Illus.
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Cantwell, John C.
    1889a A Narrative Account of the Exploration of the Kowak River, Alaska. In M. A. Healy, Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Marine Steamer Corwin in the Arctic Ocean in the Year 1884. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 53-74; Illus.
    1889b Ethnological Notes. In M. A. Healy, Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Marine Steamer Corwin in the Arctic Ocean in the Year 1884. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 77-89; Illus.
    1904 Report of the Operations of the U.S. Revenue Steamer Nunivak on the Yukon River Station, Alaska, 1899-1901. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 30-32, 39-40, 67- 71, 102-103, 105, 125-130, 132-136, 140-143, 209-210, 212, 226, 231, 236; Part VI, Report of the Medical Officer of the U.S. Steamer Nunivak James T. White, pp. 257-266;Illus.
Clark, Donald W.
    1970 Petroglyphs on Afognak Island, Kodiak Group, Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 15(1):12-16; References, pp. 16-17; Illus.
Collinson, Richard (compiler)
    1867 The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher, in Search of a Passage to Cathaia and India by the North-West, A.D. 1576-8, Reprinted from the First Edition of Hakluyt’s Voyages…t Documents in the British Museum and State Paper Office . London: Hakluyt Society, 1st series, vol. 38. See Best (1867a, 1867b), Lok (1867).
Comer, George
    1910 A Geographical Description of Southampton Island and Notes upon the Eskimo. Bulletin of the American Geographical Society 42(1):84-90; map. Illus.
    1921 Notes . . . on the Natives of the Northwestern Shores of Hudson Bay. American Anthropologist, n.s. 23(2):243-244.
Cook, Frederick A.
    1894a Gynecology and Obstetrics among the Eskimo. Brooklyn Medical Journal 8:154-169.
    1894b Medical Observations among the Esquimaux. New York Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 4:282-286; Editorial, Dr. Cook among the Esquimaux, pp. 287-289.
Cook, James—see Beaglehole, J. C. (editor).
    Cranz, David
Cranz, David
    1767 The history of Greenland containing a description of the country and its inhabitants and particularly a relation of the mission, carried on for above these 30 years by the United Fratrum, at New Herrnhuth and Lichtenfels in that country. Translated from the High-Dutch. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne; two vols. in one; figures; plates; maps (from the 1820 edition).
Cumming, John R.
    1954 Metaphysical Implications of the Folktales of the Eskimos of Alaska. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 3(1):37-62; Bibliography, pp. 62-63.
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Davydov, Gavriil Ivanovich
    1977 Two Voyages to Russian America, 1802-1807. Translated from the Russian by Colin Bearne. Kingston, Ontario: The Limestone Press, pp. vi-vii, 106-111, 124-125, 147-197, 202- 234; Illus.
Doty, William F.
    1900 The Eskimo on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska. In Ninth Annual Report on Introduction of Domestic Reindeer in Alaska . . . 1899, compiled by Sheldon Jackson. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 186-223.
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Egede, Hans
    1741 Det gamle Grønlands nye Perlustration, eller Naturel-Historie [Part 1], og Beskrivelse over det gamle Grønlands Situation, Luft, Temperament og Beskaffenhed . . . [Part 2] Copenhagen: Johan Christoph Groth Illus.
    1818 A Description of Greenland by Hans Egede, who was a missionary in that country for twenty-five years. Translated from the Danish. New edition. London: T. and J. Allman, Historical Introduction, pp. ix-xci; Sketch of the Life of Hans Egede, pp. [xciii]-ciii; Preface, pp. [cxi]-cxviii, [1]-22 Illus.
Ekblaw, Walter Elmer
    1919 The Food-Birds of the Smith Sound Eskimos. Wilson Bulletin 106; Quarterly Journal of Ornithology 31(1):1-5 (n.s. vol. 26).
    1920a A Recent Eskimo Migration and Its Forerunner. The Geographical Review New York. 9(2):142-144.
    1920b The Plant Food of the Smith Sound Eskimos. The Geographical Review New York. 10(2):112- 113.
    1921 The Ecological Relations of the Polar Eskimo. Ecology Brooklyn, New York. 2(2):132-144. Illus.
    1926 The Polar Eskimo: Their Land and Life. Ph.D. dissertation, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, pp. 1-184; Bibliography, pp. 185-188; Illus.
    1927 /28 The Material Response of the Polar Eskimo to Their Far Arctic Environment. Annals of the Association of American Geographers Albany, New York. 17(4):147-198 and 18(1):1-24; Illus.
    1932 Thin Ice. In Told at the Explorer’s Club: True Tales of Modern Exploration, edited by Frederick A. Blossom. London: George G. Harrap, pp. 86-92.
    1947 Distribution of Settlement among the Polar Eskimo. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 8(3):39-43.
    1948 Significance of Movement among the Polar Eskimo. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 10(1):1-4.
Ellis, Henry
    1748 A Voyage to Hudson’s Bay by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the Years 1746 and 1747, for Discovering a North West Passage; with an Accurate Survey of the Coast, and a Short Natural History of theCountry . . . London: Printed for H. Whitridge, pp. 98-119, 131-140, 230-240; Illus.
Emmons, George T.
    1923 Jade in British Columbia and Alaska, and Its Use by the Natives. Indian Notes and Monographs 35. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, New York. pp. 11-15, 41-52; Notes, p. 53; Illus.
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Feilden, Henry W.
    1878 Ethnology. In G. S. Nares, Narrative of a Voyage to the Polar Sea during 1875-6 in H. M. Ships ‘Alert’ and ‘Discovery.’ 2 vols. London: Samson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, Vol. II, Appendix I, pp. 187-191.
Fienup-Riordan, Ann
    1986 The Real People: The Concept of Personhood among the Yup’ik Eskimos of Western Alaska. Études/Inuit/Studies 10(1-2):261-269; References, pp. 269-270.
    1988 The Yup’ik Eskimos as Described in the Travel Journals and Ethnographic Accounts of John and Edith Kilbuck, 1885-1900. Kingston, Ontario: The Limestone Press, pp. ix-xv, 1- 86, 88-89, 97-100, 117, 119-123, 126-136, 138-139, 146-147, 153-164, 169-182, 196-197, 202-207, 210-211, 216-218, 220, , 256-257, 277-284, 292, 294, 296-297, 304-307, 312, 315- 317, 320, 323-326, 338-340, 342, 353-354, 359-360, 364, 373-374, 377-392, 396-398, 402- 410, 430-431, 435-443; Endnotes, pp. [453]-494; Appendices, pp. 496-514; Bibliography, pp. [515]-522;Illus.
Figgins, Jesse Dade
    1900 -1902 Some Food Birds of the Eskimo of Northwestern Greenland. Proceedings of the Linnaean Society of New York 13-14:61-65.
Fisher, Alexander
    1821 A Journal of a Voyage of Discovery to the Arctic Regions, in His Majesty’s ships Hecla and Griper, in the Years 1819 and 1820. 2nd edition. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne, pp. vii-xi, 1-293 Illus.
Freeman, Milton M. R.
    1968 Eskimo Thanking-acts in the Eastern Canadian Arctic. Folk 10:25-28; Literature, p. 28.
Freuchen, Peter
    1935 Arctic Adventure: My life in the Frozen North. Translated from the Danish. New York: Farrar and Rhinehart, pp. 3-467. Illus.
Frobisher, Martin—see Best, George, and Lok, Michael.
    1898 An Eskimo “Kashim.” American Anthropologist 11(2):55-58.
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Garber, Clark McKinley
    1940 Stories and Legends of the Bering Strait Eskimos. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, pp. 19-25, 29-255; Glossary, pp. 257-260; Illus.
Geist, Otto W., and Froelich G. Rainey
    1936 Archaeological Excavation at Kukulik, St. Lawrence Island, Alaska: Preliminary Report. Miscellaneous Publications, University of Alaska, Vol. II. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, pp. 1-322; Appendix I, The Punuk Island Group, Bering Sea, Alaska, by Otto William Geist, pp. 323-328; Illus.
Giddings, James L.
    1952 Observations on the “Eskimo Type” of Kinship and Social Structure. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 1(1):5-10; Bibliography, p. 10.
    1956 Forest Eskimos: An Ethnographic Sketch of Kobuk River People in the 1880’s. University of Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin Philadelphia. 20(2):2-55; Illus.
    1961 Kobuk River People. Studies of Northern Peoples 1. College [Alaska]: Department of Anthropology and Geography, University of Alaska, pp. 8-166; Illus.
Giffen, Naomi Musmaker
    1930 Rôles of Men and Women in Eskimo Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. vii-x, xiii, 1-93; Bibliography, pp. 94-113. Illus.
Gilder, William H.
    1881 Schwatka’s Search: Sledging in the Arctic in Quest of the Franklin Records. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, pp. vii-xii, 1-290; Appendices: Innuit Philology, 299-307; Glossary, 308-316; Illus.
Gordon, George Byron
    1906 Notes on the Western Eskimo. Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania Museum Philadelphia. 2(1):69-97; List of Plates, pp. 99-101; Illus.
Graah, Wilhelm A.
    1837 Narrative of an Expedition to the East Coast of Greenland, Sent by Order of the King of Denmark, in Search of the Lost Colonies . . . Translated from the Danish by G. Gordon Macdougall. 2nd edition. London: John W. Parker, pp. iv, vii-xvi, 1-152.
Gubser, Nicholas J.
    1965 The Nunamiut Eskimos: Hunters of Caribou. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. ix-xv, 1-333; Appendices, pp. 337-356; Glossary, pp. 357-358; Bibliography, pp. 359-363; maps. Illus.
Guemple, Lee
    1986 Men and Women, Husbands and Wives: The Role of Gender in Traditional Inuit Society. Études/Inuit/Studies 10:9-23; References, pp. 23-24.
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Hall, Charles Francis
    1970 Life with the Esquimaux: The Narrative of Arctic Experience in Search of Survivors of Sir John Franklin’s Expedition. Rutland, Vermont, and Tokyo, Japan: Charles E. Tuttle, pp. 12-538; Appendices, pp. 539-547; illus.; maps. Reprint of the 1865 edition.
Hansen, Godfred
    1908 Towards King Haakon VII’s Land. Supplement in Roald E. G. Amundsen, Roald Amundsens’s “Northwest Passage.” New York: E. P. Dutton; and London: A. Constable, Vol. II, pp. 296-364. See Amundsen, 1908b.
Hawkes, Ernest William
    1913 The “Inviting-In” Feast of the Alaskan Eskimo. Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey Memoir 45, Anthropological Series 3. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, pp. 1-20; Illus.
    1914 The Dance Festivals of the Alaskan Eskimo. University of Pennsylvania Museum Anthropological Publications Philadelphia. 6(2):7-41; Illus.
    1916 The Labrador Eskimo. Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey Memoir 91, Anthropological Series 14. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, pp. 1-164; Illus.
Hayes, I. I.
    1867 The Open Polar Sea: A Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery towards the North Pole, in the Schooner “United States.” New York: Hurd and Houghton, pp. 28-43, 100-118, 149- 199, 227-247, 255-276, 290-296,337, 379-395, 414-415, 430-433; Illus.
Healy, M. A.
    1889 Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Marine Steamer Corwin in the Arctic Ocean in the Year 1884. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 10-12, 15, 16-20; plates. See also Cantwell (1889a, 1889b),Lutz (1889), McLenegan (1889). Illus.
Hearne, Samuel
    1795 A Journey from Prince of Wales’s Fort in Hudson’s Bay to the Northern Ocean . . . in the Years 1769, 1770, 1771, and 1772. London: A. Strahan and T. Cadell, pp. 145-188; map. Illus.
Heizer, Robert F.
    1952 Notes on Koniag Material Culture. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 1(1):11-19; Bibliography, pp. 20-21; Plates, pp. 22-24. Illus.
Hendrik, Hans
     Memoirs of Hans Hendrik, the Arctic Traveller, Serving under Kane, Hayes, Hall, and Nares, 1853-1876. Translated from the Eskimo by Henry Rink; edited by George Stephens. London: Trübner, pp. 1-100;
Hertz, Ole
    1968 Plant Utilization in a West Greenland Hunting Community. Folk 10:37-44. Illus.
Hoffman, Walter J.
    1897 The Graphic Art of the Eskimos Based upon the Collection in the National Museum. Reprinted from the Annual Report of the United States National Museum for 1895. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 749-968; Illus.
Holm, Gustav Frederik
    1914 Ethnological Sketch of the Angmagsalik Eskimo. In The Ammassalik Eskimo: Contributions to the Ethnology of the East Greenland Natives. Translated from the Danish, revised by the author, and edited by William Thalbitzer. Meddelelser om Grønland Copenhagen. 39(1):[3]-147; Illus.
Holmberg, Heinrich Johan
    1985 The Koniags. In Holmberg’s Ethnographic Sketches. Translated from the German by Fritz Jaensch; edited by Marvin W. Falk. The Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series I. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, pp. 35-61; Illus.
Holtved, Erik
    1963 Tôrnârssuk, an Eskimo Deity. Folk 5:157-171; Literature Cited, pp. 171-172.
Holtved, Erik editor
    1962 Otto Fabricius’ Ethnographical Works. Translated from the Danish by W. E. Calvert. Introduction by William Thalbitzer. Meddelelser om Grønland Copenhagen. 140(2):4-139; Illus.
Honigmann, Irma, and John Honigmann
    1954 Child Rearing Patterns among the Great Whale River Eskimo. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 2(1):31-49; Bibliography, p. 50.
Hough, Walter
    1898a The Lamp of the Eskimo. In Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution for 1896: Report of the U.S. National Museum No. 164. Washington: Government Printing Office, pp. 1027-1056; Illus.
    1898b The Origin and Range of the Eskimo Lamp. American Anthropologist 11(4):116-122.
Hovey, Edmund Otis
    1918 Child-life among the Smith Sound Eskimos. The American Museum of Natural History Journal New York 18(5):361-371; Illus.
Howard, William L.
    1900 Expedition to Point Barrow . . . In George M. Stoney, Naval Explorations in Alaska. 2nd edition. Annapolis, Maryland: United States Naval Institute, Chapter X, pp. 66-77; map. See Stoney.
Howe, G. P.
    1909 Medical Notes on Northern Alaska. In Ejnar Mikkelsen, Conquering the Arctic Ice. London: W. Heineman, appendix III, pp. 451-455. See Mikkelsen.
Hrdlička, Aleš
    1930 Anthropological Survey in Alaska. In Forty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology . . ., 1928-29. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, pp. 66-123, 161-213; Bibliography, pp. 367-374; Illus.
Hughes, Charles Campbell
    1959 Translation [from the Russian] of I. K. Voblov’s “Eskimo Ceremonies,” Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 7(2):71-88; Notes, pp. 88-90.
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Parry, William Edward
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