Anaktuvuk Pass: Other Collections

Listed below are other repositories from around the world that have an Arctic Collection which includes material from Anaktuvuk Pass.

Burke Museum at University of Washington -- collection of caribou skin masks.

Danish National Museum -- Helge Larsen Photos and Film (museum Alaskan collection is NOT in English).

Gate of the Arctic National Park and Preserve -- contact Chris Houlette, archaeologist, to access the parks archival collection which includes Jack Campbell's papers and archaeological findings, click here to see the finding aid for Jack Campbell's collection at the park service office. (.pdf format)

Iñupiat Heritage Center -- exhibits and artifacts. Contact Diana Martin 907-852-0422 for more information.

Iñupiat History, Language, and Culture Commission -- oral history recordings, historic photos and traditional place name information. Contact Katherine Ahgeak, Director, at 907-852-0422.

Maxwell Museum at University of New Mexico -- Lewis Binford, Jack Campbell and Charles Amsden archaeological collections. This includes stone objects (scrapers, flakes, stone chips), non-human bones and antlers, beads, wooden items (wood fragments, sled parts, worked wood) found near Anaktuvuk Pass. Click here to see an Excel list of items at UNM.

Peabody Museum at Yale University -- huge archaeological collection from Anaktuvuk Pass. Use the search feature to find the list of artifacts.

Peary McMillan Museum at Bowdoin -- collection of caribou skin masks. Click here to see a list of their collection donated by Ursula Holzkamper (donator) and Rachel Riley, Justus & Ethel Mekiana (artists).

Scott Polar Research Institute -- extensive photo collection from the Arctic.

Simon Paneak Museum in Anaktuvuk Pass -- Contact Vera Weber at 907-661-3413.

Smithsonian Institution -- ethnographic collection of tools, clothing and artifacts.

University of Oslo -- Ingstad Collection (museum collection is NOT in English).