ALASKA DIARY by Ales Hrdlicka

ALASKA DIARY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Internationally famous anthropologist gives the daily account of his 1926 - 1931 expeditions, which record, beside the search for evidence of prehistory and problems of population, the questions of food, transportation, weather, -the factors that make or break such searches, and the surprises, success, finds and discoveries encountered. An unpretentious, factual account of Alaskan scientific research and exploration that shows the backbone of contributions.

Pub Date: June 14th, 1943
Publisher: Jaques Cattell Press