Full title: Niigugim Hilaqulingis = Atkan readings / produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center ; written by Nadesta Golley ; edited and proofread by Knut Bergsland and Moses Dirks.
Kayaks were developed over a 5000 year period in Alaska, and were uniquely suited to the needs of the Eskimo and Aleut peoples. Based on an exhibition at the Alaska State Museum. A film made in conjunction with the Alaska State Museum exhibit that...
This twined grass basket with lid (11.9 cm x 9.9 cm) has sides embroidered with blue thread in zigzag pattern and in pink flowers with green leaves. The lid has three rows of zigzag with blue, pink, and blue again. The basket is very well made.
Descriptive Narrative: A lamp of granite, oval with raised rim 1" wide and 3/4" deep. Broken completely through center. Old Num: XIII.12 Notes: reference: p. 5 Quimby. 1944 Chicago Natural History Museum, Anthropology Leaflet.
Title taken from caption. View of an Alaska Native woman standing in front of a barabara in Attu. Photograph taken during the 1937 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title taken from caption. View of an Alaska Native boy pushing a wheelbarrow full of expedition supplies. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.