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An Alaskan Herring Spawn
10 Sitka Herring

 

 

 

10 Sitka Herring

by: Pauline Duncan, Sitka, Alaska © May 2001

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This book was created by Pauline Duncan, any other use or reproduction is forbidden without consent. 

Pauline is a first grade teacher at Baranof School, in Sitka, Alaska. An Alaska native, herself, Pauline was concerned about the loss of her language, so she set about finding a way to stimu-late an interest in learning the language in her own classroom. Pauline has been able to do all this work with the support and help of her husband, Al Duncan. Al is a fluent speaker and is the son of Peter and Emma Duncan, formerly of Excursion Inlet. Al, a native, was born and raised in Alaska.

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If you work with children and would like a listing of other available educational material, write to or call;

Pauline Duncan, 721 Lake Street, Sitka, AK 99835, or call 1-907-747-6987  

©February 2001; Children of The Tidelands Series, Reproduction forbidden with written consent

 

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