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WWI Military Service Records. In Alaska's Territorial Legislature passed an act* to compile a list of all Alaskans who served in the army, navy and marine corps during the World War I. Within a few years the Secretary of Alaska had a master register created that listed residents of the Alaska Territory who served between April 6, and Novem and filed it for.
“Children of the First People” (Alaska Northwest Books, $) spans the entirety of Alaska through the lives of kids from all 10 of the state’s primary Native cultures. Anchorage author. square-foot center allows access for hands-on study by Alaska Natives, scholars and artists.
The collection includes an Tlingit war helmet from Taku, a southeast Alaska village. Call () The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a acre center just 12 minutes from downtown Anchorage. The facility has five main galleries. You could spend the whole morning at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art and still come away bewildered by all of the different indigenous groups that fall into the category of "Alaska Native." There are at least 11 distinct cultures that speak 20 different languages, and not even all Alaska Natives agree on where the divisions lie.3/3(1).
The Denali Road Guide: A Traveler's Guide to the Wildlife and Wilderness of Denali National Park (Denali National Park: Alaska Natural History Association, ) 52 pp., paper, $ + postage, ISBNavailable from Cook Inlet Book Company, West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage AK A revision of the author's book of the same.
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Finding wildlife is not always easy--here are your best bets. Alaska’s Best Mountain Experiences. Everyone's heard of Mt. McKinley--but these are great too. Alaska’s Best Native Culture Experiences. The Salvation Army is one of the most active churches among Alaska Natives. Salvation Army presence in Alaska began in under Canadian Branch leadership.
Tlingit in Southeast Alaska were receptive to Salvationist Charles Newton’s message, and the first Salvationist Corps (local congregation) was established at Kake in Alaska Native Ways.
Text by Natives of Alaska. Photos, Roy Corral. A hardbound page book with color photos showing ordinary Alaska Native life -- with commentary. Two Old Women. By Velma Wallis. Natives: Alaska Native Subsistence Today "Subsistence' is the word used to describe a traditional way of life among many Alaska Natives.
In a physical sense, it refers to the practice of relying. Alaska Natives Commission final report / Anchorage, AK: Joint Federal-State Commission on Policies and Programs Affecting Alaska Natives, 3v. ASD. Significant work that first documents physical, social and economic changes over the past two centuries that affect the lives of Alaska Natives today.
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Upon your arrival in each. Long-time Alaska resident Steve J. Langdon has actively researched Alaska Natives for more than 35 years, including substantial research on subsistence practices of Alaska Natives, fisheries policies and their impacts on Alaska Natives, and a variety of topics on ethnohistoric and contemporary social and cultural dimensions of Alaska Native life.
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Several pieces examine Alaska Natives' experiences of and resistance to Russian and American colonialism; some of these address land claims, self-determination, and sovereignty. Essays discuss contemporary Alaska Native literature, indigenous philosophical and spiritual tenets, and the ways that Native peoples are represented in the media.
The Native People of Alaska. Steve J. Langdon. Greatland Graphics/Puffin Press, Jun 1, - Social Science - 96 pages. 0 Reviews. Introductory guide to the Eskimos, Indians and Aleuts. Ahtna Alaska and Polar Alaska Natives Alaska Peninsula Alaskan Native groups Aleut Aleutian Islands Anchorage Museum animals Arctic Athabascan groups bark.
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Service High School in Anchorage. Anchorage, Alaska: Kijik Corporation. This book was inspired by a recording made by John Coray, a schoolteacher in Nondalton, Alaska. Perhaps one of the earliest recordings of Dena’ina music, Craig Coray (John Coray’s son) has transcribed the lyrics and notated most of the songs, as well as translated them into English.
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of gave Natives rights to about 10% of Alaska and nearly $1 billion dollars and effectively ended their ability to live a complete subsistence lifestyle. For more in-depth information about Alaska Natives then Export Guide to Native Art: Alaska Native Curriculum and Teacher Development.
The first printing of the guide was titled “Traditional Food Guide for Alaska Native Cancer Survivors” to assist patients and health care providers in choosing Alaska Native traditional foods that worked with the nutritional guidelines for our people receiving cancer treatment, but the guide became popular for general healthy eating and knowledge of Alaska.
Kenai Drift Anglers likes to set the alarm clock early to get first crack at the sockeye salmon run. The Kenai river is the largest road accessible sockeye salmon run in the world. From Anchorage day trips to multi-day Sockeye Salmon charters, The Kenai river couldn’t be .Alaska is a historical novel by James A.
Michener. Like other Michener titles, Alaska spans a considerable amount of time, traced through the gradual interlinking of several families. Alaska is pages long. Along with the reading, Michener provides a table of contents, a list of acknowledgements, and a Fact and Fiction : James A.
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