History, Ethnology, and Anthropology of the Aleut.
University of Utah Press, 2002. 91 pages. Softcover, reprint. Illustrations. (Anthropology of Pacific North America series, originally published in 1933).
Ch. 1. History of the Discovery of the Aleutian Islands
Ch. II. The Aleut. Sailing from the Shumagin Islands to Bering Sea. The Bering Island. The Landing. The Death of Bering
Ch. III. Economic Activities of the Aleut. The Fur-Seal Fisheries. Killing of Fur Seals. Fishing. Bird Hunting. The Skin-Boat
Ch. IV. Cultural Activities of the Aleut. Grass Work of Aleut Women. Grasses for Weaving. Edible Roots and Grasses. Games. Ornamental Figures and their Aleut Names
Ch. V. Relationship System of the Aleut. Social and Historical Meaning of Terms. Form of Address. Aleut Personal Names Before Baptism
Ch. VI. Mythology of the Aleut. An Epic Narrative of the Pribolof Islands. Amulets
Ch. VII. Physical Types
Ch. VIII. Measures of Time and Spaces. The Seasons. Aleut Measures. Cardinal Points.
Based on Jochelson's 1909-1910 fieldwork with the Aleut, this is the ethnographic continuation of his archaeological investigations. This volume presents a comprehensive picture of Aleut society a hundred years ago.
"After nearly a century, Jochelson's works remain the most comprehensive treatment of Aleutian archaeology and ethnography in print. They are an indispensable resource for scholars, but thanks in part to the lavish use of historic photographs they also have great appeal for the lay reader." Rick Knecht, Museum of the Aleutians
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