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Title Ethnology of the Ten'a Indians of Interior Alaska
Comments The book seems to encompass Deg Hit'an as well as Koyukon ethnology. 
Citation Sullivan, Robert Jeremiah, 1912-  The Ethnology of the Ten'a Indians of interior Alaska / by Robert J. Sullivan, S.J. 1936. 
Thesis (M.A.)--Catholic University of America, 1936. 
Contributors Sullivan, Robert Jeremiah (author)
Coverage The group designated in this paper by the term "Ten'a of the Yukon" dwell in scattered villages along the banks of the Yukon river and its tributaries from a short distance above Tanana down to Koserefsky (Holy Cross).
[from p. 5 'Territory']
Subject Language(s) Koyukon
LingType ethnographic
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