Aleuts, Survivors of the Bering Land Bridge
This unusual case study integrates vital data and interpretations to give a complete historical picture of the Aleuts, who have lived for 9,000 years in a remote and inhospitable part of the earth, and whose ancestors are connected with the original human inhabitants of the New World.
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Aaron Honori Katcher
Snippet view - 1983
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