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Book- Eskimo Carvers of the Bering Sea Walrus Ivory Carvings by Alaska's Finest
Dale Kessler, Anchorage, Alaska, 1994. Trade Paper Back. The author discovered the walrus ivory carvings of the indigenous Eskimo groups around the Bering Sea while on a gold seeking trip to Nome. He was immediately enchanted by these small sculptures, produced as part of a native tradition of walrus hunting. A brief essay on the tradition of the hunting expedition, tools, boats, and process; in photographs and text. Many Eskimo artists highlighted with examples of their work. 100 pp. Art, Indigenous Eskimo groups, Bering Sea area, Sculpture, Carving, Ivory, Walrus hunting among native Eskimo groups, Anthropology.