Alaska Native Language Archive

Resource Details

Identifier:TI960B2008
Title Shtutda'ina Da'a Shel Qudel (My Forefathers are Still Walking with Me: Verbal Essays on Qizhjeh and Tsaynen Dena'ina Traditions)
Description:
Collection of 22 Dena'ina narratives recorded by Andrew Balluta. Transcribed and edited by James Kari. Narratives are divided into (1) Essays on Dena'ina beliefs and values; (2) Essays on travel and places; and (3) Essays on environment, resources, and technology.
Citation
Balluta, Andrew. 2008. Shtutda'ina Da'a Shel Qudel / My Forefathers are Still Walking with Me: Verbal Essays on Qizhjeh and Tsaynen Dena'ina Traditions. Transcribed and edited by James Kari. Anchorage: National Park Service.
Contributors Balluta, Andrew (author)
Kari, James (editor)
Date2008
Type Sound
Format audio/x-wav
Coverage
Lake Clark
Subject Language(s) Dena'ina
LingType biographical
ethnogeography
ethnohistory
placenames
text
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