THE EYAK INDIANS OF THE COPPER RIVER DELTA, ALASKA.
New York: Ams Press Inc. (1976). Hardcover - Reprinted from the original 1938 edition published by Levin & Munksgaard, Copenhagen. An account of a 1933 archeological and ethnological expedition to Prince William Sound sponsored by the Danish National Museum, and it also includes information from Colonel Abercrombie, the first American explorer to visit this area in 1884. By 1933 all of the original Eyak village sites had been abandoned. Includes a multi-page fold out genealogical charts, an appendix with vocabulary and some basic grammar, bibliograpy. 590 pp plus errata and a section of 18 plates - black and white photographs and maps. ISBN: 0-404118178.
Condition: Very good+ in red cloth with gilt lettering on spine (scratch on front cover, 1985 written on front endpaper)