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in Torday Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Emile Torday, 1875-1931 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Dauncey Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Photographs (London, England); photographed by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Rattray, Robert Sutherland, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts; photographed by Robert Sutherland Rattray, 1881-1938 (1900) , 2 page(s)
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in Dauncey Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Photographs (London, England); photographed by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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in Barnard Davis Collection (Sydney, New South Wales: Sydney Morning Herald), 1 page(s)
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in Dauncey Collection, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Photographs (London, England); photographed by Henry Moore Dauncey, 1863-1928 (1900) , 1 page(s)
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Chapter 2: The Setting
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written by Richard Feinberg; in Anuta: Polynesian Lifeways for the Twenty-First Century (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 2004, originally published 2004)
written by Richard Feinberg; in Anuta: Polynesian Lifeways for the Twenty-First Century (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 2004, originally published 2004)
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5: Yupiaq Cultural Adaptation in the Contemporary World
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written by Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley; in A Yupiaq Worldview: A Pathway to Ecology and Spirit (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 2006, originally published 2006), 91-121
written by Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley; in A Yupiaq Worldview: A Pathway to Ecology and Spirit (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 2006, originally published 2006), 91-121
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3. Famine reconsidered
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written by Miriam Kahn; in Always Hungry, Never Greedy: Food and the Expression of Gender in a Melanesian Society (Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc., 1994, originally published 1986), 45-59
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Feast: Why Humans Share Food
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written by Martin Jones, 1940- (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007, originally published 2007), 379 page(s)
The family dinner, the client luncheon, the holiday spread--the idea of people coming together for a meal seems the most natural thing in the world. But that is certainly not the case for most other members of the animal kingdom. In Feast, archeologist Martin Jones presents both historic and modern scientific evid...
written by Martin Jones, 1940- (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007, originally published 2007), 379 page(s)
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