Inuit, Inupiat, Yupik. [Eskimo]
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Madeira Park BC: Harbour Publishing, 2014. Hardcover. xvi, 622p., illustrated with line maps and numerous period photographs integrated neatly into the text. A pleasantly designed hardbound book in photographic dust jacket, as new condition except that both authors have signed on the title page.
Ottawa: Publie avec l'autorisation du Ministre du Nord Canadien et des Ressources Nationales, 1964. 40p., rubricated title page, photoreproductions, sketches and a monochrome map, glossy 10.5 x 8.5 inch photographic wraps. Later printing (first issued 1955), some handling wear and an extremely faint small stain front cover.
College, AK: Alaska Rural School Project, University of Alaska, 1970. Paperback. Unpaginated, about 35p., portrait photos (mostly of kids) alternate with emotional poems in Yuk Eskimo and English. Softbound, an 8.5x11 inch oblong paperback, mild edgewear and dust-soil on the outside, clean, sound and unmarked within. A very good copy.
Tanana AK: Yukon-Koyukuk School District of Alaska, 1983. Paperback. 65p., illustrated in b&w with period and contemporary photography and a line map, softbound, an 8.5x10 inch oblong with a little edgewear, clean and sound, and inscribed and signed on the half-title by someone ("Bill, M. & Jess") who knew the.....
Holy Cross [Mission] AK: unpublished, September 1928. loose-leaf. Mimeographed leaves, 6p., copied rectos only on alternating 14-inch and 11-inch sheets, an unclear but legible later-generation inexpertly produced. Find three individual-word cancels pasted on; and numerals added in fountainpen; cancels and numerals are plainly of the period. Sheets are brass-brad bound...
Ottawa: Sanavik Co-operative, 1974. 39p., 9x12 inch oblong pictorial wraps, coated paper with b&w photographic reproductions throughout of artist and artwork, several in color; wraps a bit edgeworn and rubbed, with offset tint. A good copy. Laid into this copy is a Sausalito gallery's corner-stapled 4p. price list of Sanavik.....