Ingalik : NA08.

The Ingalik and affiliated Holikachuk are Northern Athapaskan-speakers of the lower-middle Yukon and upper Kuskokwim river basins of west-central Alaska. This collection of 10 documents is about the Ingalik. The basic sources are three books by anthropologist Cornelius Osgood who conducted ethnograp...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Hosley, Edward Howard, 1930-, Nelson, Edward William, 1855-1934., Osgood, Cornelius, 1905-1985., Snow, Jeanne H., VanStone, James W.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2016-
Series:EHRAF World Cultures. North America.
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520 2 |a The Ingalik and affiliated Holikachuk are Northern Athapaskan-speakers of the lower-middle Yukon and upper Kuskokwim river basins of west-central Alaska. This collection of 10 documents is about the Ingalik. The basic sources are three books by anthropologist Cornelius Osgood who conducted ethnographic fieldwork among the Anvik-Shageluk Ingalik in 1934 and 1937, followed by a brief return in 1956. The first book focuses on describing and classifying hundreds of material objects (Osgood 1970 [1940]). The second discusses aspects of Ingalik social life, with emphasis on daily routines, economic activities and the environment, residence pattern, family type, social organization, rituals and mythology, exchange relations, and personality traits (Osgood 1958). The final volume focuses on Ingalik mental culture, which the author defines as shared ideas relating to material goods, human behavior and the interaction of these two categories in social life (Osgood 1959). Together, these works provide a thorough, systematic reconstruction of Ingalik culture and society prior to the advent of Russian traders and missionaries in the 1830s. Osgood's ethnographic description is complemented by historical and archeological information provided in the works of James VanStone. Specific themes covered include patterns of change in Ingalik subsistence systems (VanStone 1976), agents of culture change affecting Ingalik culture and society (VanStone 1979a), and changes in settlement patterns that occurred throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (VanStone 1979b). Nelson (1978) was an explorer and naturalist who travelled across the lower-middle Yukon River and its major tributary the Innoko River in 1880. His account provides an early observational account of Ingalik subsistence, fur trade, social organization, artifacts, dwellings, organized rituals, exchange relations, and mythology. Snow (1981) presents a broad summary of Ingalik culture and society, primarily based on existing documentation. 
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