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APPENDIX C:

Juvenile Literature on Athabascan Cultures

Adam, Lucy, Younger Sister and Spider Woman Alaska Native Education Board; Anchorage; 1975 (Upper Tanana Athabascan)

Brean, Alice, Athabascan Stories AMU Press; Anchorage; 1975

Buck, Mildred, Sagganigaay Tuu Baaghe Nakezkaen (Raven Sailed Around the Edge of the Ocean) A traditional Raven story; Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks; 1975

Carlo, Poldine, Nulato: An Indian Life on the Yukon Private Printing; Fairbanks; 1978. (Koyukon Athabascan)

Chief, Henry, Koyukon River Stories Adult Literacy Laboratory; University of Alaska, Anchorage; 1973

David, Titus, Needzeek: The Boy Who Went to the Moon Alaska Native Education Board; Anchorage; 1975 (Upper Tanana Athabascan)

Dauenhauer, Richard (ed.) Koyukon Riddles Alaska Native Educa-tion Board; Anchorage; 1975 (Koyukon Athabascan)

Griese, Arnold A., At the Mouth of the Luckiest River Thomas Y.Crowell Co.; New York; 1973. (Koyukon Athabascan and Eskimo)

Griese, Arnold A., The Way of Our People Thomas Y. Crowell Co.; New York; 1975 (Ingalik Athabascan)

Jacobsson, Mildred, Legend of Sleeping Lady Adult Literacy Lab-oratory; Anchorage; 1976. (Tanaina Athabascan)

Jones, Eliza and Chief Henry, Koyukon Riddle Cards (E) A set of cards, in envelope holder, with fascinating riddles in Koyukon, answers on the reverse, designed for use as a game. Two cards have English translations of all the riddles. Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks; 1977.

Kalifornsky, Peter, Ch'enlahi Sukdu(Gambling Story); Tells about a favorite Tanaina game and how it was played in the old days. Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks;1974.

Kari,Jim (ed.), Dena'ina T'git'ach (The Way the Tanainas Are), compiled by Jim Kari (EI). Short texts about village life. Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks; 1974.

Kari, James, The Heritage of Eklutna: Mike Alex 1908-1977 Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks; 1978.

Lynch, Kathleen, Making Snowshoes Adult Literacy Laboratory; Anchorage; 1974

Million, Marsha, Building A Dogsled Adult Literacy Laboratory; Anchorage; 1974

Mishler, Craig (collector), Kutchin Tales Adult Literacy Laboratory; Anchorage; 1973

Moore, Katie, Khaii Ts'a (Fall); (privately published); Anchorage; 1978 (Gwich'in Athabascan)

Osip, Anna Mae, Tanning Moosehide and Making Babish & Rawmane Adult Literacy Laboratory; Anchorage; 1974

Peter, Katherine, Gwich'in ABC Dehtly'aa (Gwich'in ABC Book); Alaska Native Language Center; Fairbanks; 1974

Pruitt, William 0., Jr., Animals of the North Harper & Row; New York; 1967: Although primarily about the animals in the sub-arctic, there is a good chapter on the Athabascan yearly subsistence cycle - at approximately 8th grade reading level.

Pulu, Tupou, Koyukon Athabaskan Dance Songs National Bilingual Materials Development Center; Anchorage, 1978

Vaudrin, Bill, Tanaina Tales from Alaska University of Oklahoma Press; Norman; 1969 (Tanaina Athabascan)

Wulf, Charles A., Beaver Trapping Adult Literacy Laboratory; Anchorage; 1974

Section 1 Adaptations to Basic Needs
Section 2 Athabascans
Section 3 Upper Tanana Athabascans
Section 4 The Yearly Cycle
Section 5 There's More To Culture Than Basic Needs
Section 6 Could You Survive?
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
ALASKAN ATHABASCANS
WHEN PEOPLE MEET ANIMALS
A VIEW OF THE PAST
TETLIN AS I KNEW IT

OTHER SOCIAL STUDIES UNITS

 
 

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