|Title||Historic Land Use Processes in Alaska's Koyukuk River Area|
The authors are working with Allakaket area Koyukon people in Alaska to record data on important historic sites and events, but they are also using ethnoarchaeological approaches...to help make the information they gather more valuable to both local Native people and archaeologists.
[from the abstract]
Includes Allakaket Area Historic Sites Supplementary Research, A Preliminary Proposal (1988)
|Citation||FROM: ARCTIC vol. 42, no. 2 (June 1989) p. 148-162|
Arundale, Wendy (author)
Jones, Eliza (author)
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