Making History : Alutiiq/Sugpiaq Life on the Alaska Peninsula

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Making History : Alutiiq/Sugpiaq Life on the Alaska Peninsula

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 296 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781889963396
  • DDC分類 979.8004971

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Introduction 1 (1)
How This Book Came About 1 (1)
History and Ethnohistory 2 (3)
History as Interpretation 5 (2)
How This Book is Arranged 7 (1)
The Storytellers 8 (8)
Perryville
Ivanof Bay
Chignik Lake
Chignik Bay
Port Heiden
Chignik Lagoon
South Naknek
Other Storytellers
Alutiiqs and the Land 16 (12)
The Land 17 (8)
Alaska Peninsula Inhabitants 25 (3)
The Precontact Period on the Alaska 28 (27)
Peninsula
Origins 28 (4)
Precontact Culture as Reported by the 32 (23)
Russians
The Russian Period on the Alaska Peninsula: 55 (47)
1741 to 1867
Europeans Learn about the Alaska Peninsula 55 (2)
Russian Economic Interests in the Alaska 57 (10)
Peninsula
1780s to 1818
1818 to 1867
Russians Along the Katmai Coast and the 67 (5)
Naknek River Drainage
Baidarshchiks
Katmai in the Nineteenth Century
Russian Period Alutiiq Settlements 72 (4)
Russian Orthodoxy and the Alutiiqs 76 (11)
Creoles 87 (1)
Effects of Company and Church on Alaska 88 (14)
Peninsula Alutiiqs
Population Decline
Changes in Warfare and Trading Practices
Subsistence
Beginning of an Alutiiq Identity
The American Period, 1867 to 1912 102(72)
The American Fur Trade 102(19)
End of the Fur Trade 121(4)
Subsistence 125(5)
Commercial Fishing and Other Economic 130(7)
Opportunities on the Alaska Peninsula
Creoles in the American Period 137(2)
Alaska Peninsula Villages in the 139(15)
Nineteenth Century
Religion 154(5)
Gambling as Control: The Game of Kaataq 159(4)
Health 163(1)
Dawning of the Twentieth Century 164(10)
Katmai, 1912 174(19)
The Katmai Eruption 174(15)
Posteruption Settlements 189(4)
The American Period, 1912 to World War II 193(67)
Social Structure 193(5)
Population Dynamics 198(12)
Population Increase
Villages
Economy 210(31)
Subsistence and the Continuation of
Tradition
Fishing and Cannery Work
Furs
Reindeer
Education 241(1)
Organized Religion 242(1)
Disasters, Natural and Human 243(6)
Postscript: World War II and Life after 249(7)
the War
Afterword: History Made and Remade 256(4)
References Cited 260(13)
Index 273