By Marvin W. Falk
Marvin W. Falk deals a systemic and choose directory of simply over 3,000 courses at the historical past of Alaska, released from the 18th century to early 2004. Early explorations have been carried out by means of nationals from a number of international locations, and the consequences have been released in Russian, German, French, Spanish, and English. lots of those international language debts were released in translation and are incorporated within the bibliography.This bibliography covers a large span of Alaskan heritage together with historic literature from: Discovery in 1741 The Russian interval finishing in 1867 The U.S. territorial interval finishing with statehood in 1959 The oil growth
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2 (1988): 3544. A history of the Sisterhood, founded in 1920. 212. Kotani, Yoshidobu, and William B. Workman, eds. Alaska Native Culture and History. Semi Ethnological Studies, 4. Osaka, Japan: National Museum of Ethnology, 1980. 213. Krauss, Michael E. Alaska Native Languages: Past Present, and Future. Alaska Native Languages Center Research Papers 4. Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center, 1980. Frequently reprinted, this is an overview of the state of Alaska's Native languages. There were early translations of religious texts by various missionaries, but by the turn of the century, the use of Native language in the schools was increasingly forbidden.
123. Daley, Patrick. " Journal of Communication 36, no. 3 (1986): 10-30. 124. Dauenhauer, Nora Marks, and Richard L. Dauenhauer, eds. Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors: TUngit Oral Narratives. Seattle: University of Washington Press; Sealaska Heritage Foundation, 1987. Fifteen narrative texts with translations from oral traditions recorded from the 1960s to 1984, with notes. A detailed biography and photograph is included for each of the 12 narrators. 125. Davis, Nancy Yaw. " Handbook ofthe Vol. 5: Arctic, 198-204.
A history of the Chilkat dancing blankets and the techniques used to weave them. 294. - - - . The Raven's Tail. Vancouver: The University of British Columbia Press, 1987. A small sub-set ofpre-Cbilkat robes known as Raven's Tail is examined in great detail. 295. Schneider, William S. " PhD diss. Bryn Mawr College, 1976. 296. , and Peter M. Bowers. Assessment ofthe Known Cultural Resources in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. Annotated bibliography by Katherine L. Arndt. Occasional Paper, 3.
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