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The Northern world, AD 900-1400

The Northern world, AD 900-1400

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Published by University of Utah Press in Salt Lake City, UT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arctic peoples -- History,
  • Arctic peoples -- Antiquities,
  • Arctic regions -- History,
  • Arctic regions -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Herbert Maschner, Owen Mason, and Robert McGhee.
    ContributionsMaschner, Herbert D. G., Mason, Owen K., McGhee, Robert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN673 .N674 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23655304M
    ISBN 109780874809558
    LC Control Number2009031591

    Physical Geography, Oceanography, and Climate. The Arctic Ocean is a unique place, with no analogue elsewhere on the planet. As the world’s largest confined ocean, its permanent sea-ice cover creates a hostile and difficult environment for human research and occupation, but is a crucial component of global climate and the ecology of the world ocean. Associate Professor Ph.D University of Alberta () My current research focuses on three topics: 1. Prehistoric Thule Eskimo (Inuit) societies. This research focuses on the organizational structure and social relations within the context of specialized whaling vs. more generalized economies. This research has involved the investigation of regional settlement patterns, intra-site spatial.

    Find out information about biological anthropology. physical anthropology Explanation of biological anthropology. Biological anthropology | Article about biological anthropology by The Free Dictionary. the book appropriately includes a considerable number of illustrations. THE NORTHERN . Jan 26,  · Abstract This paper describes and interprets a well-preserved early Thule semi-subterranean dwelling from Cape Espenberg, Alaska. The house architecture is similar in many respects to other early Thule dwellings with a sub-rectangular main room, long sunken entrance tunnel, and associated kitchen area. However, the presence of narrow side benches and associated flooring Cited by: 4.

    When and Why Did the Inuit Move to the Arctic. In The Northern World AD The Dynamic of Climate, Economy, and Politics in Hemispheric Perspective, edited by Herbert Maschner, Owen Mason and Robert McGhee, pp. University of Utah Press, Utah. McGhee, Robert. Journal of World Prehistory – Mandelbaum, David G. The Plains Cree: An Ethnographic, Historical and Comparative Study. Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina. Maschner, Herbert, Owen Mason, and Robert McGhee (editors) The Northern World AD – University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. McGhee Cited by: 1.


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