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 16, Number 1 (2018)


Anthropology on the Rocks: Portraits of the Gwich’in By American Field Geologists, 1898–1927
Craig Mishler

Archaeology of the Uppermost Tanana: Results of a Survey of the Nabesna and Chisana Rivers, East-central Alaska
Joshua J. Lynch, Ted Goebel, Kelly E. Graf, and Jeffrey T. Rasic

The Erodaway Site: Lithic Technological Variability at a Late Glacial Camp in the Central Alaska Range
Charles E. Holmes, Josh Reuther, Jacob S. Adams, Peter Bowers, and Allison Little

Introduction to “They are Inveterate Users of Tobacco”: Dr. James Taylor White’s 1898 Manuscript on Tobacco use and Pipe Construction among Alaska Natives
Gary C. Stein

“They are Inveterate Users of Tobacco”
Edited and annotated by Gary C. Stein


Late Holocene Land-use along the Middle Fork of the Fortymile River, Alaska
Sam Coffman, Robin Mills, and Scott Shirar

Book Reviews

Walter Harper, Alaska Native Son
Reviewed by William Simeone

Shem Pete’s Alaska: The Territory of the Upper Cook Inlet Dena’ina
Reviewed by Scott Heyes

Thesis and Dissertation Abstracts
Monty Rogers