image in eighteenth- century literature and its connection to modernity holds literary and historical value for scholars. Sayre’s work adds to our understanding of the creation and promotion of the nineteenth- century Romantic Indian and the role it played in American culture. It is, therefore, worth a read, if only to gain historical knowledge. Amy Steffi an, Marny A. Leist, Sven Haakanson Jr., and Patrick Saltonstall, eds. Kal’unek— From Karluk: Kodiak Alutiiq History and the Archaeology of the Karluk One Village Site. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2015. 398 pp. Cloth, $50.00. Melonie Ancheta, Independent Scholar While busy generations of villagers fi shed, foraged, hunted, danced, and played on the shores of the Karluk River on Kodiak Island, Alaska, where incarnation aft er incarnation of snug, multiroom sod and drift - wood houses studded the riverbanks, those villagers also slowly re- corded the history of the village. But in 1983, under siege from accelerating erosion and in danger of being lost forever, the village of Karluk One became the intense focus of archaeologists, elders, villagers, scholars, researchers, Native organiza- tions, and the like, becoming Alaska’s most revealing and far- reaching archaeological project. Th is diverse group of people embarked
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