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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.