Dechyoo Njik (M1Vm-4) and the traditional land use patterns in the southwestern portion of the Old Crow Flats, Yukon Territory
by Fafard, Mélanie.
Call Number: E78 .Y8 O33 NO.8
Publication Date: 2001
On the track of the Thule culture from Bering Strait to east Greenland : proceedings of the SILA conference "The Thule culture -- new perspectives in Inuit prehistory", Copenhagen, Oct. 26th-28th, 2006 : papers in honour of Hans Christian Gulløv
by SILA Conference (2006 : Copenhagen, Denmark)
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