|Title||Social Role of Alaskan Athabascan Potlatch Dancing|
This is a statewide social study of dance among the Upper Tanana, the Tanana, the Atna, the Kutchin, the Tanaina, and the Lower Koyukon Athabascan Indians of interior Alaska. Field work consisted of ten annual month-long visits 1973-1983, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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|Citation||This is an unpublished manuscript that appears to have been later published:
The Social Role of Alaskan Athabascan Potlatch Dancing. In Dance: Current Selected Research, Vol. 3. Ed. by Lynette Y. Overby and James H. Humphrey, 183-226. New York: AMS Press, 1992.
Johnston, Thomas F. (author)
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