Dataset "Eyak 1890" ID 39  Genealogy Type

Author: Federica de Laguna Publication date: 07/06/2010
Status: License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0

Short description: Eyak 1890 reconstructed


General

Name: Eyak 1890
Simplified name: eyak_1890
Author: Federica de Laguna
Coder: Douglas R. White & Ralph "Ben" Jester
Contributor: Douglas R. White
Contact: Douglas R. White
Creation date: 20/11/2013
Edition date: 20/11/2013

Culture

Ethnic or cultural group: Eyak
Atlas code: Nb5 SCCS130
Language group: -

Place

Location: Alaska
Country: USA
Region: North America
Continent: America
Coordinate: -
Radius from center (km): -

Time

Period covered by the dataset: 1890/
Period of data collection: -
Period note: -

Data publication

Permanent link:
Conditions of use: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0
Other repositories: -
Dataset history: -
Citation: Birket-Smith, Kaj and Frederica de Laguna. 1938. The Eyak Indians of Copper River Delta, Alaska. Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard.

Federica de Laguna and Kaj Birket-Smith. 1976. Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska.
How to cite: Federica de Laguna (2010), Eyak 1890 dataset, https://www.kinsources.net/kidarep/dataset-39-eyak-1890.xhtml

Data collection

Collection notes
(circumstances, sources, methods, funding, coverage…):
From 1938 B-S and de Laguna:
99-101 are foreigners living at Alaganik (p. 126)
Two villages: Eyak, with Raven chiefs, and Alaganik, with Eagle Chiefs
Each family had a house at each, and moved back and forth freely (p. 36),
winter house and summer camp.
Eyak central structure was the fort, near it two moiety potlatch houses, of
double height walls; outside post with moiety bird, eagle or raven.
Dwelling houses whereever anyone wanted to build. No moiety segregation.
Alaganik graveyard (p. 29): has chief of Wolf People
Shaman and two attendants (p. 38) plus two potlatch houses remembered, but
60 people living in each at the time of Abercrombie's visit in 1884. Dances
and visitors staying there. Both buildings new, Russian architectural
influence. 7 other houses.
also a village half a mile below Eyak (p. 30)
another site obliterated by the Copper River Railway (p. 31)
the last community house was that of Chief Joe and his two brothers, neither
of whom appear on the genealogy (p. 33), three separate rooms, not internally
partitioned
In tale 17, the two daughters of Chief Calm Weather not only had separate
rooms, but lived in a house of their own.

Description

Description: Eyak Indians of Copper River Delta, Alaska.

Dataset file

Attachments (1/5)

Individuals 118   Unions 39   Relations 0   Generations 4

Statistics

Individuals 118
Men 63   53.39 %
Women 55   46.61 %
Unknown 0   0.0 %
Non single men 63
Non single women 55
Mean spouse of men 1.18
Mean spouse of women 1.3
Co-husband_relations 10
Co-wife_relations 6
 
Unions 39
Marriages 39  
Marriages density     28.25 %
Fertile marriages 33   84.62 %
Parent child ties 153  
Filiation density     110.82 %
First cousin marriages 0   0.0 %
Cross (first) cousin marriages 0   0.0 %
Parallel (first) cousin marriages 0   0.0 %
Niece/Nephew marriages 0   0.0 %
Levirate marriages 4   10.26 %
Sororate marriages 0   0.0 %
Double or exchange marriages 2   5.13 %
Double marriages 2   5.13 %
Exchange marriages 0   0.0 %
Mean children per fertile couple 2.08
 
Depth 4
Depth mean 1.68
Agnatic fratry size mean 2.26
Uterine fratry size mean 2.55
 
Components 5
Mean components share (agnatic) 2.56 %
without singleton 4.6 %
Mean components share (uterine) 2.27 %
without singleton 7.7 %
Max components (agnatic) 16.10 %
Max components (uterine) 22.88 %

Graphics

Gender BIAS (weight)
Gender BIAS (weight)
Gender BIAS (net weight)
Gender BIAS (net weight)
Components
Components
Genealogical Completeness
Genealogical Completeness
Sibset Distribution
Sibset Distribution
First Cousin Marriages
First Cousin Marriages
Ancestor Chains (degree=3)
Ancestor Chains (degree=3)
Consanguines per person
Consanguines per person
Genders
Genders
PEDG 2
PEDG 2
PEDG 3
PEDG 3
Union Status
Union Status

Attributes

Scope Count Labels
Corpus 8 CHAR, DATE, DEST, FILE, SOUR, SUBM_ADDR, SUBM_NAME, SUBM_PHON
Families 1 REFN


Scope Label Not set % set blank % Filled % Set % Max.
CORPUS CHAR 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS DATE 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS DEST 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS FILE 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS SOUR 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS SUBM_ADDR 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS SUBM_NAME 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
CORPUS SUBM_PHON 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 1 100.00 % 1 100.00 % 1
FAMILIES REFN 0 0.00 % 0 0.00 % 94 100.00 % 94 100.00 % 94

Controls

Control type Anomaly count
AUTO_MARRIAGE 0
CYCLIC_DESCENT_CASES 0
FEMALE_FATHERS_OR_MALE_MOTHERS 0
MULTIPLE_FATHERS_OR_MOTHERS 0
PARENT_CHILD_MARRIAGES 0
SAME_SEX_SPOUSES 0
NAMELESS_PERSONS 1
UNKNOWN_SEX_PERSONS 0
UNKNOWN_SEX_PARENTS_SPOUSES 0
UNKNOWN_RELATIVES 0
INCONSISTENT_DATES 0
MISSING_DATES 0
MISSING_DATES_COMPACT 0
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