Ca. 7,000 year old caribou mandible from the Tingmiukpuk archaeological site in Gates of the Arctic National Park. NPS photo by Jeff Rasic


Volume 08 (1) 2010

Date Posted: January 20, 2015       Categories:



Birds, Needles, and Iron: Late Holocene Prehistoric Alaskan Grooving Techniques, pp. 1-22
Carol Gelvin-Reymiller and Joshua Reuther

Reindeer and Potatoes on the Kuskokwim River: A Family History in Western Alaska, pp. 23-38
June Alaska (Twitchell) McAtee

The Eastern Beringian Chronology of Quaternary Extinctions: A Methodological Approach to Radiocarbon Evaluation, pp. 39-60
Kathryn E. Krasinski and Gary Haynes

The 1855 Attack on Andreevskaia Odinochka: A Review of Russian, American, and Yup’ik Eskimo Accounts, 61-72
Kenneth L. Pratt

An Analysis of Denbigh Flint Complex Burin Technology from Matcharak Lake, Alaska, pp. 73-86
Andrew Tremayne

The Russian-American Perimortem Taphonomy Project in Siberia: A Tribute to Nicolai Dmitrievich Ovodov, Pioneering Siberian Vertebrate Paleontologist and Cave Archaeologist, pp. 87-106
Christy G. Turner II

Prehistoric Upland Tool Production in the Central Alaska Range, pp. 107-120
Brian T. Wygal

Rethinking Subsistence in Southeast Alaska: The Potential of Zooarchaeology, pp. 121-135
Madonna L. Moss

Book Reviews
Aleut Identities: Tradition and Modernity in an Indigenous Fishery, pp. 137-139
Reviewed by Courtney Carothers

Krasinski and Haynes Supplemental Data References
References for supplemental radiocarbon data referred to on page 41 of AJA Volume 8(1)