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GENERAL INDEX
Abortion, 261
Absentee ownership, 110, 113
Accidents, deaths due to, 219-220
maiming by, 220
fatal ones rare among Eskimos, 221
as subject of conversation, 287
to George Eaton, 362
Adultery, 264

as cure for fractured skull, 346

Adventure, 365, 370, 378, 379
Æsthetic value of gold, 157-158
Age, of whites, 51
Eskimos, 74
influence of on cost of living, 176-177
of community, 220-221
as factor in marriage, 251, 258
fear of, 361-362
Aging, influence on death rate, 220
influence of on sexual desire, 268
Agnosticism, 358-360
Airplanes, 4, 132-135, 181, 202, 213, 276, 279, 281, 292, 306, 356
Airway Age, 295
Alaska, density of population, 13
Alaskan Eskimos, 72, 153
Alaska Fisherman, 294
Alaska Railroad, 60, 117
Alaska Steamship Company, 117
Alaska Weekly, 50, 294
Alatna, 15, 17, 77, 93, 95, 207, 230, 300, 345
Alatna River, 7, 15, 29, 30, 31, 81, 353
Alder Creek, 32-33
Allakaket, 15, 21, 39, 80, 352
Allen, Lieut. Henry T., 29
Amity between races, 230
Ammunition, 370
Anarchists, 291
Anarchy, among Eskimos, 187
philosophy of whites, 188
Anchorage, 254
Angels, Kayak's beliefs concerning, 358
Animals, imitation of by children, 240
Anna Karenina, 5, 296
Antarctic, 365
Arctic Circle, 3, 13, 15, 17
definition of, 19, 31, 72, 172, 174, 188
Arctic City, 31
Arctic Coast, 301, 346, 353
Arctic Divide, 23, 167, 347, 378
Arctic Ocean, 73
Arm, loss of, 220
Art, 315-326
Asia, 294
Assault, 189-190
Assessment work, 196
Atheists, 331
Atlantic Monthly, 294
Aunt Kate, 255
Auto-gyro, 290
Automobiles, 136-137
Aviators, 134
Babies, method of carrying, 146

how delivered, 207

Bachelors, 259
Back-packing, 129-130
Baltimore prices, 140-141
Barnum, Father, 297-298
Baseball, 240
Beach, Rex, 119
Beadwork, 92, 149, 321

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