Alaska Native Language Archive

Resource Details

Identifier:TI980SFH2006
Title West Cook Inlet
Description:
Publication.
Summary:  "Describes the culture and history of the people and communities of western Cook Inlet, south central Alaska. A primary goal is to identify the traditional and contemporary associations between the people and communities of western Cook Inlet and the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve"--P. v. 
Citation
ISBN:  9780979643200 
ISBN:  0979643201 
West Cook Inlet ethnographic overview and assessment for Lake Clark National Park & Preserve / Ronald T. Stanek,   Anchorage, Alaska : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Lake Clark National Park & Preserve ; Juneau, Alaska : Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence, [2006] 
Series:  (Resource management report / United States, National Park Service ; NPS/AR/CCR 2007-59) 
General Note:  "The Division of Subsistence of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game prepared this report under a cooperative agreement with the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve (Cooperative Agreement No. CA9088A0008)"--P. v. 
 
Contributors Stanek, Ronald T. (author)
Fall, James A. (author)
Holen, Davin (author)
Date2006-12-00
Subject Language(s) Dena'ina
LingType ethnographic
text-ethnographic


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