The peoples of Siberia. Edited by M.G. Levin and L.P. Potapov. [Translated from the Russian by Scripta Technica, inc. English translation edited by Stephen P. Dunn].

; Levin, M. G. (Maksim Grigorʹevich), 1904-1963, editor ; Potapov, L. P. (Leonid Pavlovich), 1905-2000, editor ; Dunn, Stephen Porter, 1928- editor
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1964] .

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Other Authors Dunn, Stephen Porter, 1928-
Levin, M. G. 1904-1963,
Potapov, L. P. 1905-2000,
Subjects Ethnologie -- Russie -- Sibérie (Russie)
Ethnologie -- Russie -- Sibérie.
Ethnology -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Description viii, 948 pages illustrations, maps (1 folded in pocket) portraits 24 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "Originally published by the Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, 1956."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 891-919).
Summary Translation of Narody Sibiri, Moscow, 1956.
Contents Introduction -- Ancient population of Siberia and its culture -- The anthropological types of Siberia -- Historical-ethnographic survey of the Russian population of Siberia in the prerevolutionary period -- Peoples of southern Siberia : The Buryats -- The Yakuts -- The Altays -- The Khakasy -- The Tuvans -- The West-Siberian Tatars -- The Shors -- The Tofalars -- Peoples of northern Siberia and the far east : The building of socialism among the peoples of northern Siberia and the Soviet far east -- The Khants and Mansi -- The Nentsy -- The Nganasans -- The Entsy -- The Sel'kups -- The Kets -- The Evenks -- The Dolgans -- The Evens -- The Negidals -- The Nanays -- The Ul'chi -- The Udegeys -- The Orochi -- The Oroks -- The Nivkhi -- The Yukagirs -- The Chukchi -- The Eskimos -- The Koryaks -- The Itel'mens -- The Aleuts.
Geographic Area Siberia (Russia)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)172373
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