Eskimo Boyhood: An Autobiography in Psychosocial Perspective
University Press of Kentucky, 1974 - Social Science - 429 pages
Story of an Eskimo growing up on St. Lawrence Island during 1930's and 1940's and an analysis of the major trends in socio-cultural change in a small and isolated corner of the world.
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Part Two The Life
A Childs View of School
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