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Sabine, Edward
    1819 An account of the Esquimaux, who inhabit the west coast of Greenland, above the latitude 76º [in a letter to the editor]. Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature and Art 7:72-94.
Savelle, James M.
    1981 The Nature of Nineteenth Century Inuit Occupations of the High Arctic Islands of Canada. Études/Inuit/Studies 5(2):109-120; References, pp. 120-123; maps. Illus.
Schultz-Lorentzen, C. W.
    1928 Intellectual Culture of the Greenlanders. In Greenland: The Past and Present Population . . ., edited by M. Vahl, G. C. Amdrup, L. Bobé, and Ad. S. Jensen. Copenhagen: C. A. Reitzel; London: Oxford University Press, Vol. 2, pp. 209-270; Illus.
Settle, Dionyse
    1938 A True report of Capteine Frobisher his last voyage into the West and Northwest regions, this present yere 1577. With a description of the people there inhabiting. In Vilhjalmur Stefansson, editor, The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher. Two vols. in one. London: The Argonaut Press, Vol. II, pp. 11-25.
Sharp, Benjamin
    1892 The Arctic Highlander. Scribner’s Magazine New York 11(25):241-249; Illus.
Simpson, John
    1875 Observations on the Western Eskimo, and the Country they inhabit; from Notes taken during two years at Point Barrow. In A Selection of Papers on Arctic Geography and Ethnology. London: John Murray, Ethnology III, The Western Eskimo, pp. 233-275. Illus.
Smith, Harlan Ingersoll
    1894 Notes on Eskimo Traditions. Journal of American Folk-Lore 7(24):209-216.
Søby, Regitze Margrethe
    1969 /70 The Eskimo Animal Cult. Folk 11-12:43-78.
Sonne, Brigitte
    1982 The Ideology and Practice of Blood Feuds in East and West Greenland. Études/Inuit/Studies 6(2):21-49; Bibliography, pp. 49-50.
Steensby, Hans Peder
    1909 The Polar Eskimos and the Polar Expeditions. Translated from the Danish by C. A. Bang. Fortnightly Review London 92:891-902 (Nov.).
    1910 Contributions to the Ethnology and Anthropogeography of the Polar Eskimos. Meddelelser om Grønland Copenhagen. 34(7):255-405; Illus.
    1917 An Anthropogeographical Study of the Origin of the Eskimo Culture. Meddelelser om Grønland Copenhagen. 53(2):39-218; literature, 219-228; illus.; Illus.
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur
    1914 Prehistoric and Present Commerce among the Arctic Coast Eskimo. Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey. Museum Bulletin Ottawa No. 6, Anthropological Series No. 3, pp. 1-29; Illus.
    1919 The Stefansson-Anderson Arctic Expedition of the American Museum: Preliminary Ethnological Report. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, New York vol. 14, pt. 1, pp. 7-395; Corrections and Comments, pp. 446-457; Illus.
    1921 The Friendly Arctic: The Story of Five Years in Polar Regions. New York: Macmillan, pp. 27-687; Illus.
    1924 My Life with the Eskimo. New York: Macmillan, pp. [v], vii-ix, xi, xii-xiii, 1-435; “Report on the Natural History Collections of the Expedition,” by Rudolph Martin Anderson, pp. 436-527; .Illus.
    1938 The Three Voyages of Martin Frobisher in Search of a passage to Cathay and India by the North-West, A.D. 1576-8: From the original 1578 text of George Best. London: The Argonaut Press. See Settle. 2 vols. in 1.
    1955 Clothes Make the Eskimo. The American Museum of Natural History Journal New York 64:32-41, 51. Illus.
Stoney, George M.
    1900 Naval Explorations in Alaska: An Account of Two Naval Expeditions to Northern Alaska, with Official Maps of the Country Explored. 2nd edition. Annapolis, Maryland: United States Naval Institute, pp. 37-51, 56-57, 61-62, 78-100; sketch, p. 103; illus.; map 1 from 1900 ed. and map 2 from 1974 Illus.