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Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska

Canada. National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man.

Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska

by Canada. National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man.

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Published by National Museums of Canada., National Museum of Man in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island.,
  • Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island.,
  • Inuit -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Antiquities.,
  • Eskimos -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Antiquities.,
  • Kodiak Island (Alaska) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

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    StatementDonald W. Clark.
    SeriesMercury series -- no. 20
    ContributionsClark, Donald W.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p. :
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21592253M

    This book has been cited by the following publications. D. Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Paper No. 20, H. B. Archaeology of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collecti Washington, Author: Richard A. Gould. Geography. The borough has a total area of 12, square miles (31, km²), of which, 6, square miles (16, km²) of it is land and 5, square miles (14, km²) of it (%) is water. [3] Most of the land area belongs to Kodiak Island, but a thin strip of coastal area on the western part of the Alaska Peninsula and other nearby islands (Afognak Island, Shuyak Island, Marmot Island Seat: Kodiak.

      Alaska was one of the last places in North America to be mapped and explored. As Raban well knows, the journey to Alaska can still be transformational. • Read more top 10 .   In September , researchers in Alaska announced the discovery of a new genus of hadrosaur, or duck-billed dinosaur: Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis, indigenous for "ancient grazer."Surprisingly, this plant-eater lived in the northern fringes of the state during the late Cretaceous period, about 70 million years ago, meaning that it managed to survive in relatively frigid conditions (about

    Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska Donald W. Clark, with section by F[r]ederick A. Milan. FC 65 P37 NO The Nodwell site J. V. Wright. Road System Guide to Kodiak Island World War II Sites (Kodiak: Alaska State Parks, Kodiak District Office, ), 28 pp., paper, request from Fort Abercrombie, Abercrombie Drive, Kodiak, AK Specialized guide for those interested in Kodiak and/or World War II.


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Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska by Canada. National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island Contributions to the later prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska. [Donald W Clark; Frederick A Milan] -- Includes results of survey made after earthquake.

Get this from a library. Contributions to the Later Prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska. [Donald Woodforde Clark; Frederick A Milan; Project Muse.]. Kodiak Island lies southeast of the Alaska Peninsula, along the western side of the Gulf of Alaska.

Although Kodiak consists of numerous smaller islands besides the main island, it can be treated as Alaska book unit (Fig. Summaries of the geography of Kodiak are to be found in the publications of Capps.

Contributions to the Later Prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska. In this Book. Additional Information. Contributions to the Later Prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska; Donald Woodforde Clark ; Book; Published by: University of Ottawa Press; Series: Mercury.

Contributions To the Later Prehistory of Kodiak Island, Alaska, With a Section By Federick [Sic] a Milan. Donald W. Clark. Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada: National Museum of Man.

(tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. Excavations at Karluk, in Contributions to the Later Prehistory of Kodiak Island, Mercury Series # D. Clark. (tDAR id: ). Kodiak Island (Alutiiq: Qikertaq, Russian: Кадьяк) is a large island on the south coast of the U.S.

state of Alaska, separated from the Alaska mainland by the Shelikof largest island in the Kodiak Archipelago, Kodiak Island is the second largest island in the United States and the 80th largest island in the world, with an area of 9, km 2 (3, sq mi), slightly larger Archipelago: Kodiak Archipelago.

Prehistoric Alaska begins with Paleolithic people moving into northwestern North America sometime betw years ago across the Bering Land Bridge in western Alaska; a date less t years ago is most likely.

They found their passage blocked by a huge sheet of ice until a temporary recession in the Wisconsin glaciation (the last ice age) opened up an ice-free corridor. This museum is located in a house built in the early 19th Century by the Russian occupiers of Kodiak Island.

It covers the virtual enslavement of the Indigenous people in the interest of fur trapping and the Russian influence in the area before its sale to the USA.4/5(65). The City of Kodiak was incorporated in During the Aleutian Campaign of World War II, the Navy and the Army built bases on the Island.

Fort Abercrombie was constructed inand later became the first secret radar installation in Alaska. Development continued, and the s brought growth in commercial fisheries and fish processing. Discover the land, sea, wildlife and people on Alaska's largest island in this stunning pictorial. Kodiak is most famous for its brown bears and abundant wildflowers but there is more to the story of this rugged island.

Carol Sturgulewski's lyrical text also explores the roles of fishing, climate and history of this crossroads of cultures/5(3). Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Kodiak, Alaska on Tripadvisor: See 1, traveler reviews and photos of Kodiak tourist attractions.

Find what to do today, this weekend, or in May. We have reviews of the best places to see in Kodiak. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. This book colorfully explores the fascinating fauna that flourished in Alaska long before the first people set foot in the state.

The volume includes many photos, illustrations, maps and paintings to tell an informative story of the beginning of plant and animal life in the North form the ages of dinosaurs and woolly mammoths and up to the arrival of the first humans via the Bering Land : $ Timeline for Aleutian campaign and Kodiak.

Abercrombie timeline from park kiosk, amended ; Col. Boyes timeline. Guest book; Web Updates Log This will show you some of what's new on this site.; PHOTO ALBUMS. Jack Kotlovker, USA, Alaska Communications System, Signal Hill ; Clyde Coryell, USN, in charge of base construction ; William Rader, USN, photographer.

The Alaska Life~Exploring Kodiak Island "THE ROCK" Alaska Wild Adventures. Kodiak Island Food Traditions MISSING $85, BOAT FOUND 2 YEARS LATER. (Finders Keepers). Kodiak Public Library Egan Way Kodiak, Alaska Hours: CLOSED.

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Geography. The borough has a total area of 12, square miles (31, km 2), of which 6, square miles (17, km 2) is land and 5, square miles (14, km 2) (%) is water. Most of the land area belongs to Kodiak Island, but a thin strip of coastal area on the western part of the Alaska Peninsula and other nearby islands (Afognak Island, Shuyak Island, Marmot Island, Raspberry Island Congressional district: At-large.

Kodiak was originally home to the Alutiiq people, an indigenous Alaskan tribe who survived on the salmon, halibut, and whale that live in the waters around Kodiak Island.

These native people called their home “Kadiak,” their word for island, and lived there peacefully for. The Kodiak bear (Ursus arctos middendorffi), also known as the Kodiak brown bear, is a subspecies of the brown or grizzly bear that is only found on Kodiak Island and the other smaller islands in the Kodiak Archipelago.

The subspecies of bears developed after brown bears migrated to the Kodiak Archipel years ago from mainland Alaska. (Kodiak Mirror) Island Leased Long Island, off the coast of Kodiak, made famous by Barrett Willoughby the novelist, has been leased by the government to the Alaska Fur Corporation for a period of 10 years.

For a number of years the island was fur-farmed by A.W. Bennett, who later moved into the Anchorage district. October Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

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Details *. Kodiak Island and its adjacent islands, located on the west side of the Gulf of Alaska, contain one of the largest areas of exposure of the flysch and melange of the Chugach terrane of southern Alaska.

However, in the past 25 years, only detailed mapping covering small areas in the archipelago has been done.