Yakut



ETHNONYMS: Sakha, Urangkhai Sakha, Yakutians


Bibliography

Gogolev, Anatoli Ignatevich (1983-1986). Istoricheskaia etnografiia lakutov (Historical ethnography of the Yakuts). 2 vols. Yakutsk: Yakutsk University Press.

Gurvich, Ilya Samoilovich (1977). Kul'tura severnykh lakutov-olenevodov (Culture of the northern Reindeer-Yakuts). Moscow: Nauka.


Jochelson, Waldemar (1933). The Yakut. American Museum of Natural History Anthropological Papers 33. New York.


Kulakovsky, Aleksei Eliseevich (1979). Nauchnye trudy (Scientific works). Compiled by N. V. Emelianov and P. A. Sleptsov. Yakutsk: Institute of Languages, Literature, and History, Academy of Sciences.


Okladnikov, Aleksei Pavlovich (1970). Yakutia before Its Incorporation into the Russian State. Translated by Stephen P. Dunn and Ethel Dunn. Edited by Henry Michael. Anthropology of the North series, 8. Montreal and London: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Seroshevskii, V. L. (Sieroshevski, W.) (1896). Iakuty (Yakuts). St. Petersburg: Imperial. Russkoe Geograficheskoe Obshchestvo. Adapted as "The Yakuts," edited by W. G. Sumner. 1901. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (London) 31:65-110.


Tokarev, S. A., and I. S. Gurvich (1964). "The Yakuts." In Peoples of Siberia, edited by M. G. Levin and L. P. Potapov, 243-304. Translated by Stephen P. Dunn and Ethel Dunn. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Originally published in Russian in 1956.

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