Hunting the Largest Animals : Native Whaling in the Western Arctic and Subarctic Paperback / softback
Edited by Allen P. McCartney
Part of the Occasional Publications Series series
Offers a perspective of northern native societies that have depended upon whaling for centuries.
Alaskan and Western Canadian Arctic coastal residents have pursued these animals as sources of food and fuel, but whaling also serves as a center for cultural traditional and spiritual sustenance.
Papers by: Rober K. Harritt, Carol Zane Jolles, and Allen P. McCartney; Owen K. Mason and S. Craig Gerlach; Roger K. Harritt; Don E. Dumond; Linda Finn Yarborough; Allen P. McCartney; T. Max Friesen and Charles D. Arnold; James M. Savelle; David R. Yesner; Hans-Georg Bandi; Glenn W. Sheehan; Mary Ann Larson; Carol Zane Jolles; Stephen R.
Braund and Elisabeth L. Moorehead; Howard W. Braham; Carol Zane Jolles; and Herbert O. Anungazuk.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 360 pages
- Publisher: University of Alberta Press
- Publication Date: 01/01/1995
- Category: Fisheries & related industries
- ISBN: 9780919058958