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Athabascan RavenAthabascans of Interior Alaska

 

 

APPENDIX F:

Bibliography on Current Information about Athabascan Communities

 

Alaska Journal, a quarterly periodical published by Alaska Northwest Publishing Company; frequently has articles about Alaskan communities, both currently and as they were recorded by the early photographers at the turn of the century.

Alaska Magazine, a monthly periodical published by Alaska Northwest Publishing Company.

Alaska, State of, Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Community Profiles check with the department at 277-1936 for free pamphlets about specific Athabascan communities. New pamphlets are published periodically.

Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, Anchorage, Copper River Region Community Folios.

Morgan, Lael, And the Land Provides (pp. 99 - 146 on Galena); Anchor Press/Doubleday; Garden City, New Jersey, 1974.

Tundra Times newspaper. Write to 639 I Street, Anchorage 99501 for subscription information (or call 279-0012).

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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