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"Eskimo and Aleut masks of the Pinart collection" with an introduction by Richard L. Bland 2022 Journal of northwest anthropology 56 (1): 92-126
  • Éveline Lot-Falck
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-] 1538-2834
Alutiiq ancestors' use of birds during the Ocean Bay period at Rice Ridge (49-KOD-363), Kodiak Island, Alaska 2021 Arctic anthropology 58 (1): 1-33
  • Amy Shannon
  • Brittany Falconer
  • Elizabeth McGuire
  • Jensen Wainwright
  • Madonna L. Moss
  • Molly R. Casperson
  • Scott Blumenthal
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
18th century Spanish expeditions to the North Pacific and the collections of the Museo de América in Madrid. The Martínez expedition of 1788 2020 Anales. Museo de América (Madrid) (28): 7-33
  • Emma Sánchez Montañés
H6/KUL [MUSEO DE AMERICA. Anales] 1133-8741
Lena Snow Amason: Alutiiq carver 2020 First American art magazine 27 (): 54-9
  • Lena Snow Amason
  • Matthew Ryan Smith interv
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
Past, present, and future of the Chugach collection in the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin 2018/19 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 65 (): 135-50
  • Ilja Labischinski
H6 [BAESSLER-] 0005-3856
Le destin extraordinaire de la collection Alphone Pinard. Des objets catalyseurs d'un paternariat international 2017 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 47 (1): 185-9
  • Joëlle Rostkowski
  • Marie Mauzé
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-] 0318-4137
Late precontact and protohistoric glass beads of Alaska 2016 Arctic anthropology 53 (2): 69-80
  • Margan Allyn Grover
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
"I write for my family": a conversation with Tanya Lukin Linklater 2016 First American art magazine 10 (): 38-42
  • Matthew Ryan Smith
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
Alphonese Louis Pinart among the natives of Alaska 2016 Journal of northwest anthropology 50 (1): 119-44
  • Richard L. Bland
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-] 1538-2834
Tanya Lukin Linklater's Choreography of space 2016 Inuit art quarterly 29 (2): 28-35
  • Kari Cwynar
*H6/KFY [INUIT-] 0831-6708
Alutiiq subsistence economy at Igvak, a Russian-American Artel in the Kodiak archipelago 2016 Arctic anthropology 53 (2): 52-68
  • Megan A. Partlow
  • Michael A. Etnier
  • Nora R. Foster
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Learning to listen: community collaboration in an Alaskan Native village 2015/2016 Collaborative anthropologies 8 (1-2): 40-57
  • Holly Cusak-McVeigh
H6 [COLLABORATIVE-] 1943-2550
Cod fishing in Russian America: the archaeology of a 19th-century Alutiiq work camp on Alaska's Kodiak Island 2015 Arctic anthropology 52 (1): 102-26
  • Amy V. Margaris
  • Mark A. Rusk
  • Molly Odell
  • Patrick G. Saltonstall
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Festivals and ceremonies of the Alaskan Eskimos: historical and ethnographic sources, 1814-1940 2014 Revista española de antropología americana 44 (1): 127-49
  • Jesús Salius Guma
H6/KUL [MADRID-] 0556-6533
Fish skin as a textile material in Alaska Native cultures 2014 First American art magazine 5 (): 40-7
  • Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
The legacy of the Russian-American Company and the implementation of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in the Kodiak Island area of Alaska 2013 Ethnohistory 60 (3): 403-17
  • Gordon L. Pullar
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-] 0014-1801
"A class of people admitted to the better ranks": the first generation fo creoles in Russian America, 1810-1820s 2013 Ethnohistory 60 (3): 363-84
  • Susan Smith-Peter
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-] 0014-1801
What is in a name? The predicament of ethnonyms in the Sugpiaq-Alutiiq region of Alaska 2012 Arctic anthropology 49 (1): 3-17
  • Medeia Csoba DeHass
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Recovering indigenous knowledge systems in Alaska 2012 Cultural Survival quarterly 36 (1): 24-5
  • Jennifer Weston
H6/KD [CULTURAL-] 0740-3291
Seeing the unseen: visionary aspects of Eskimo snow goggles 2012 Tribal art (65): 102-13
  • Margaret Rinkevich
*H6/KFY [WORLD-] 1354-2990
Open skin boats of the Aleutians, Kodiak Island, and Prince William Sound 2012 Etudes inuit 36 (1): 157-81
  • Evguenia Anichtchenko
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-] 0701-1008
The place not yet subjugated: Prince William Sound, 1770-1800 2012 Arctic anthropology 49 (2): 113-27
  • Matt L. Ganley
  • Polly C. Wheeler
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Economies of driftwood: fuel harvesting strategies in the Kodiak archipelago 2012 Etudes inuit 36 (1): 63-88
  • Jennie Deo Shaw
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-] 0701-1008
Repatriation and the second life of heritage: return of the masks in Kodiak, Alaska 2011 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 35 (4): 713-43
  • James Clifford
H6 [OSAKA-] 0385-180X
Tavastehus gymnasiums Alaska-samlingar: den furumhjelmska donationen av etnografiska föremål 1863 2010/2011 Finskt Museum 117 (): 46-65
  • Marcus Lepola
H6/KE [SUOMEN-]
Kayaks of Pacific Eskimos based on archaeological and ethnographic data 2010 Sbornik Muzeya Antropologii i Etnografii 56 (): 198-227
  • Aron L. Crowell
  • Evgeniia Viktorovna Anishchenko
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR. Muzey po Antropologii i Etnografii Sbornik]
Cultural remains in local and regional context on the central Alaska peninsula: housepits, language, and cultural affinities at Marraatuq after 1000 B.P. 2010 Arctic anthropology 47 (2): 97-103
  • Patricia L. McClenahan
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Coming home: Alutiiq masks return to Kodiak 2009 American Indian NMAI 10 (1): 34-40
  • May Steffan
  • Sven Haakanson jr.
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 1528-0640
The lives of Sugpiaq masks 2009 Tribal art 14 (1): 70-5
  • Aluutiq Museum
  • Amy Steffan
  • Sven Haakanson jr.
*H6/KFY [WORLD-] 1354-2990
How can two continents share a collection? 2009 Tribal art 14 (1): 76-9
  • Anne-Claire Laronde
*H6/KFY [WORLD-] 1354-2990
Vanguard Alutiiq heritage practice and the import of expertise 2008 Etudes inuit 32 (2): 107-25
  • Arthur Mason
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-] 0701-1008
The storytelling jewelry of Denise and Samuel Wallace 2006 American Indian art magazine 31 (2): 56-65
  • Lois Sherr Dubin
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 0192-9968
Frederica de Laguna and the modern inhabitants of Yukon Island 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 45-50
  • Gretchen T. Bersch
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
A giant in the rainforest: Frederica de Laguna's contributions to the anthropology of southeast Alaska 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 63-77
  • Madonna L. Moss
  • Peter M. Bowers
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Preserving Chugach culture: Makarka Chemavisky, Matrona Triedmann, Frederica de Laguna and ANCSA 14(H)(1) 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 78-85
  • Rita A. Miraglia
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Pioneer and contemporary: Frederica de Laguna's contributions to the anthropology of southcentral Alaska 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 86-92
  • William B. Workman
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Frederica de Laguna and the study of pre-contact pictographs from coastal sites in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound, Alaska 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 136-47
  • Melissa F. Baird
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
"If it's not a Tlingit basket, then what is it?": Toward the definition of an Alutiiq twined spruce root basket type 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 164-71
  • Molly Lee
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
A history of Eyak language documentation and study: Frederica de Laguna in memoriam 2006 Arctic anthropology 343 (2): 172-218
  • Michael E. Krauss
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Response to Lee and Graburn's review of Looking both ways: heritage and identity of the Alutiiq people 2004 American anthropologist 106 (2): 430-1
  • Amy F. Steffian
  • Aron L. Crowell
  • Gordon L. Pullar
  • Sven Haakanson jr
*H6 [AMERICAN-] 0002-7294
Warriors of Kodiak: military traditions of Kodiak islanders 2004 Arctic anthropology 41 (2): 140-52
  • Lydia T. Black
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Traditions past and present: Allen McCartney and the Izembek phase of the western Alaska peninsula 2004 Arctic anthropology 41 (2): 98-111
  • Herbert D. G. Maschner
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Historic Kanataq: one central Alaska peninsula communitiy's use of subsistence resources and places 2004 Arctic anthropology 41 (2): 55-69
  • Patricia McClenahan
*H6 [ARCTIC-] 0066-6939
Whales, boats, and anthropomorphs: iconographic and contextual analyses of two pictograph sites in lake Clark national park, Alaska 2004 Journal of northwest anthropology 38 (2): 179-94
  • Melissa F. Baird
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-] 1538-2834
Terms of engagement: the collaborative representation of Alutiiq identity 2004 Etudes inuit 28 (1): 9-35
  • Aron L. Crowell
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-] 0701-1008
Reconfiguring Kodiak: the past and the present in the present 2003 American anthropologist 105 (3): 613-20
  • Molly Lee
  • Nelson Graburn
*H6 [AMERICAN-] 0002-7294
Looking several ways: anthropology and native heritage in Alaska 2003 Current anthropology 45 (1): 5-30
  • James Clifford
H6 [CURRENT-] 0011-3204
Los viajes españoles a las costas de Alaska entre 1774 y 1792 y su contribución a la etnografía del área 2002 Anales. Museo de América (Madrid) 10 (): 177-83
  • Enrique J. Porrúa
  • Wallace Olson
1133-8741
Aurcaq: interruption, distraction, and reversal in an Alutiiq men's dart game 1997 Journal of American folklore 110 (436): 189-202
  • Craig Mishler
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]
Kodiak: Alaska's island refuge 1993 National geographic magazine 184 (5): 34-59
  • G F Mobley photogr
  • J L Eliot