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Ublasaun: First Light: Inupiaq Hunters & Herders in the Early Twentieth Century, Northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska
Ublasaun: First Light: Inupiaq Hunters & Herders in the Early Twentieth Century, Northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska
 
Our Price: $60.00
Year: 2004
Pages: 143
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756747074

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Jeanne Schaaf (au) (in). In the language of the Inupiaq who reside in the N. Seward Peninsula of Alaska, Ublasaun means first light or when dawn is breaking. The Seward Peninsula lies near the center of what was once a vast ice-age “bridge” between the Old & New Worlds. The Bering Land Bridge Nat. Preserve has been set aside to preserve the complex history of human-landscape interaction in this region. Essays in this collection: The Bering Land Bridge: Early Research; Before Our Fathers’ Time: Late Prehistoric Inupiat of the N. Seward Peninsula; The Hope & Promise of Ublasaun; Historical Archaeology & the Early 20th Century Reindeer Herding Frontier on the N. Seward Peninsula; Tales & Places, Toponyms, & Heroes; & Ilaganiq, a Folktale. Color illustrations.

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