This is part of the ANKN Logo This is part of the ANKN Banner
This is part of the ANKN Logo This is part of the ANKN Banner Home Page About ANKN Publications Academic Programs Curriculum Resources Calendar of Events Announcements Site Index This is part of the ANKN Banner
This is part of the ANKN Logo This is part of the ANKN Banner This is part of the ANKN Banner
This is part of the ANKN Logo This is part of the ANKN Banner This is part of the ANKN Banner
Native Pathways to Education
Alaska Native Cultural Resources
Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Indigenous Education Worldwide
 

Subsistence Curriculum Materials

Tanaina Athabascan Region

Classrooom Ready
Draft Stage
Support Materials

Preschool

Dzuggi Preschool

K

1

2

3

4 6

5

6

7 & 8

9 - 12

2 wks. Moose Calf (O'brien)

Return to Subsistence SPIRAL Chart
Dzuggi Preschool is in the Mat-Su Valley

 

Library Resources For Developing Subsistence Curriculum

Cornelius Osgood The Ethnography of the Tanaina. New Haven: Yale University Press 1937

Priscilla Russell Kari, compiler Dena'ina Ketuna = Tanaina plantlore. illustrated by Kathleen Lynch. Anchorage, [Alaska] : Adult Literacy Council, Anchorage Community College, 1978.

 

Relevant reports from Subsistence Division, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Technical Paper Series: Tanaina

Andersen, David B. 1982. Regional Subsistence Bibliography, Interior Alaska. Volume II, Number 1. Technical Paper No. 2.

Compliance with Moose Harvest Reporting Requirements in Rural Interior Alaska. Technical Paper No. 215.

Andersen, David B. 1992. Trapping in Alaska and the Proposed European Community Import Ban on Furs Taken with Leghold Traps. Technical Paper No. 223.

Andrews, Elizabeth and Michael W. Coffing. 1986. Kuskokwim River Subsistence Chinook Fisheries: An Overview. Technical Paper No. 146.

Behnke, Steven R. 1981. Background: Iliamna-Newhalen Subsistence Salmon Fishery. Technical Paper No. 44.

Behnke, Steven R. 1982. Wildlife Utilization and the Economy of Nondalton. Technical Paper No. 47.

Braund, Stephen R. 1980. Cook Inlet Subsistence Salmon Fishery (Revised November 1982). Technical Paper No. 54.

Chythlook, Molly and Phillipa A. Coiley, Robert J. Wolfe, Compiler. 1994. Subsistence Use of Beluga Whale in the Bristol Bay Area, Part 1 of The Subsistence Harvest of Beluga Whale in Bristol Bay and Cook Inlet by Alaska Natives, 1993. Technical Paper No. 231.

Cunningham, Paul. 1981. A Technical Report Describing an Algorythm to Estimate Number of Participants Who have Participated in the Cook Inlet Subsistence Fishery Four or More Years. Technical Paper No. 24.

Fall, James A. 1981. Traditional Resource Uses in the Knik Arm Area: Historical and Contemporary Patterns. Technical Paper No. 25.

Fall, James A., Dan J. Foster, and Ronald T. Stanek. 1983. The Use of Moose and Other Wild Resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna Area: A Background Report. Technical Paper No. 74.

Fall, James A., Dan J. Foster, and Ronald T. Stanek. 1984. The Use of Fish and Wildlife Resources in Tyonek, Alaska. Technical Paper No. 105.

Kari, Priscilla Russell. 1983. Land Use and Economy of Lime Village. Technical Paper No. 80.

Reed, Carolyn E. 1985. The Role of Wild Resource Use in Communities of the Central Kenai Peninsula and Kachemak Bay, Alaska. Technical Paper No. 106.

Seitz, Jody, Lisa Tomrdle, and James A. Fall. 1994. The Use of Fish and Wildlife in the Upper Kenai Peninsula communities of Hope, Cooper Landing, and Whittier. Technical Paper No. 219.

Stokes, Jeff and Elizabeth Andrews. 1982. Subsistence Hunting of Moose in the Upper Kuskokwim Controlled Use Area, 1981. Technical Paper No. 22.

Stokes, Jeff. 1982. Subsistence Salmon Fishing in the Upper Kuskokwim River System, 1981 and 1982. Technical Paper No. 23.

Stokes, Jeff W. 1983. Winter Moose Season in the Upper Kuskokwim Controlled Use Area, 1982-1983. Technical Paper No. 72.

Stokes, Jeff W. 1984. Natural Resource Utilization of Four Upper Kuskokwim Communities. Technical Paper No. 86.

Foster, Dan J. 1982. Tyonek Moose Utilization, 1981. Technical Paper No. 26.

Foster, Dan J. 1982. The Utilization of King Salmon and the Annual Round of King Salmon and the Annual Round of Resource Uses in Tyonek, Alaska. Technical Paper No. 27.

Stanek, Ronald T. 1981. Subsistence Fishery Permit Surveys, Cook Inlet--1980. Technical Paper No. 30.

Stanek, Ronald T., James A. Fall, and Dan J. Foster. 1982. Subsistence Shellfish Use in Three Cook Inlet Villages, 1981: A Preliminary Report. Technical Paper No. 34.

Stanek, Ronald T. and Dan J. Foster. 1980. Tyonek King Salmon Subsistence Fishery: 1980 Activities Report. Technical Paper No. 33.

Stanek, Ronald T., James A. Fall, and Dan J. Foster. 1982. Subsistence Shellfish Use in Three Cook Inlet Villages, 1981: A Preliminary Report. Technical Paper No. 34.

Wolfe, Robert J. and Craig Mishler. 1993. The Subsistence Harvest of Harbor Seal and Sea Lion by Alaska Natives in 1992. Technical Paper No. 229.

Wolfe, Robert J. and Craig Mishler. 1993. The Subsistence Harvest of Harbor Seal and Sea Lion by Alaska Natives in 1993. Technical Paper No. 233.

Recommendations:

1. Encourage Iñupiaq subsistence curriculum development. There is a large void here. This might include contracting with someone to prepare materials from the Simon Paniak Museum for publication, as well as encouraging Elmer Jackson to further develop his draft, and NWASD to make their materials classroom ready.

2. Work with Jerry Lipka and Ciulistet to encourage publication of their materials. These materials form the backbone (or could) of subsistence materials from the Yup'ik area.

3. Encourage Aleut and Alutiiq subsistence curriculum development. There is a huge void here. I am not sure what to suggest. I have worked with Cugachmiut on subsistence curriculum, but their focus is on language materials at present. Perhaps the Alutiiq Museum and KANA might be the best bets. There is a fur seal curriculum planned for the Pribilofs, but it is only in the planning stages.

4. Encourage the publication of the TCC Headstart materials. Sara Kienzli the Director, is looking for a commercial publisher, but it would be a good idea to make contact with her again in the spring, as she is extremely busy, and may only follow up to a limited extent. If she is unable to find a commercial publisher, I would recommend that ANKN co-publish or something. She also has information of traditional child rearing practices and beliefs for the Koyukon and Gwich'in areas.

5. Fund more updating and publishing of Iditarod School District materials. It would be nice to see another 6 developed, and then all 13 published together as a book.

6. Encourage development of the Salmon Curriculum Matrix, as a way of integrating SE Alaska materials in a larger framework.

7. Stay abreast of the 7th Grade curriculum David Thunder Eagle and Pat Partnow are creating at CITC.

 

 

Go to University of AlaskaThe University of Alaska Fairbanks is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution and is a part of the University of Alaska system.

 


Alaska Native Knowledge Network
University of Alaska Fairbanks
PO Box 756730
Fairbanks  AK 99775-6730
Phone (907) 474.1902
Fax (907) 474.1957
Questions or comments?
Contact
ANKN
Last modified August 14, 2006