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Mendees Cheeg Naltsiin Keey' (An Oral History of the People of Healy Lake Village)
|Bound photocopy, revised edition.|
|Linguistic information consists of a "Guide to the Healy Lake Writing System", by Gary Holton, and Athabaskan personal and place names and phrases in passim.|
|See also: TC001CM2001|
|Summarized from the afterword:|
|The book was first published in 2000. The original report had been reprinted three times and in response to requests for copies, it was reprinted with a few revisions, corrections and minor additions, including an annotated bibliography of suggested readings.|
|Mendees Cheeg Naltsiin Keey', An Oral History of the People of Healy Lake Village, by Annotated and edited by Donald G. Callaway and Constance A. Friend. Revised June 2007|
|From the afterword: in addition to Healy Lake, the communities in the Upper Tanana region consist of Tetlin, Tanacross, Dot Lake and Northway.|
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=TC001CM2007