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Athabascan RavenAthabascans of Interior Alaska

Indian Education Program Social Studies Units
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District
(Alaska Native ED., FNSBSD, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701

ATHABASCAN SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT
This Athabascan Social Studies Unit is written in English at a first through sixth grade reading level.

The complete Athabascan Social Studies Unit consists of:

I. Athabascan Teacher's Manual

II. Posters:

Resource Map of Tetlin (in color)Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

Upper Tanana House, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

III.Student Booklets:

Book 1 - "A View of the Past", Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Michael Jimerson

Book 2 - "Tetlin As I Knew It", Written by Shirley David Jimerson, Edited by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Michael Jimerson

Book 3 - "Before The Hunt", Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

Book 4 - "Younger Sister and Spider Woman" By Lucy Adam

Book 5 - "When People Meet Animals", Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

Book 6 - "Needzeek: The Boy Who Went to the Moon" By Titus David

Book 7 - "Koyukon Riddles" Collected by Father Julius Jette Adapted by Richard Dauenhauer

IV. Northern Chronicle Newspaper

V. Artifact Cards

VI. Artifact Information Book

 

TLINGIT SOCIAL STUDIES UNIT
The Tlingit Social Studies Unit is written in English at a first through sixth grade reading level.

The complete Tlingit Social Studies Unit consists of:

I. Teacher's Manual

II. Posters:

"Fish Camp" Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

"Map of Lingit Aanee" (in color) Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

"Tlingit Calendar for Spring" Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

III. Student Booklets

"Lingit Aanee" Written by Patricia Partnow Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

"Raven & The Fog Women" Produced at the Alaska State Museum, Illustrated by Nancy Logue

"Kiksadi Dog Salmon Legend" By A.P. Johnson

The Tlingit Way: "How to Treat Salmon" Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

The Tlingit Way: "How to Make a Canoe" Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

"In a Tlingit Winter House" Written by Patricia Partnow, Illustrated by Jeanette Bailey

"Two Clan Stories"

"The Tlingit Uncle & His Nephews" by Patricia Partnow

"Three Brothers" by Patricia Partnow

"How Raven Stole the Light" Produced at the Alaska State Museum, Written by Tom Lowenstein Illustrated by Nancy Logue

"Raven & The Old Woman of the Tides" Produced at the Alaska State Museum

"Halibut Fishing" Produced at the Alaska State Museum Illustrated by Nancy Logue

"How Raven Became Black and Gave Water to the World", produced at the Alaska State Museum, adapted by Tom Lowenstein and Patricia Partnow, illustrated by Nancy Logue

 

MATERIALS PROVIDED AS PART OF
THE ALEUTS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

Teacher's Manual

Worksheets:

The Invaders
First Sign of Humans

Book I a: Strangers: The Aleut Side

Book I b: Strangers: The Russian Side

Book II : As the Europeans Saw Them

Poster: Map of Makushin Bay

Book III: Floral Resources of Makushin Bay

Poster: Map of Aleut House Pit

Book IV: Handbook for Central Aleutian Site

Book V: Selections from Aleut Folklore

Book VI: Atkan Historical Traditions

Folklore Handbook for Bilingual Classrooms

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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