|Title||Brief History of Cordova Schools and Teaching Experiences in Alaska's Past|
|Description:||Ts. Discussion of Native children in the BIA and Alaska State Schools in Cordova in 1923. Children described as Eyak were probably mostly Chugach.
ca. 9 p.
|Citation||Published by the Alaska Historical Society through a grant from the Department of Education Alaska Historical Commission. Gary Stein, ed. pp.137-149|
Carlson, Phyllis D. (author)
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