Lost heritage of Alaska; the adventure and art of the Alaskan coastal Indians. Narrative by Polly Miller. Graphics and aesthetic commentary by Leon Gordon Miller.

; Miller, Leon Gordon
Cleveland, World Pub. Company [1967] .

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Mt. Vernon campus stacks
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Other Authors Miller, Leon Gordon.
Subjects Alaska -- Histoire.
Alaska -- History.
Haida (Indiens) -- Histoire.
Haida Indians -- History.
Haida Indians.
Tlingit (Indiens) -- Histoire.
Tlingit Indians -- History.
Tlingit Indians.
Description xv, 289 pages illustrations (some color) 26 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 273-279).
Also issued online.
Summary Describes the arts and history of the Tlingit and Haida Indians, from accounts by early explorers and traders.
Contents Introduction / Ernest Gruening -- Alaska visited: the high art of Alaska's coastal Indians -- Vitus Bering discovers Alaska -- Comes the great Captain Cook -- Merchant navigators and the fur fever -- Captain Robert Gray and the Yankee traders -- Baranov-Russian rule in America -- America's neglected bargain -- From potlatch to politics -- Modern alchemy-artifacts into art -- Alaska revisited: the living memory of a lost artistic heritage.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Alaska
Network Numbers (OCoLC)242463
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Miller, Polly G.
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