|Title||Athapaskan Groups of Central Alaska at the Time of White Contact.|
|Description:||Ts. Abstract: The impact of white contact and recent linguistic data are evaluated in an effort to generalize concerning the aboriginal economies, settlement patterns, and territorial boundaries of hunting, fishing and foraging bands of Athapaskan Indians in Central Alaska.|
|Comments||Found with KU933M1965, The Chandalar Kuchin, Robert McKennan, 1965.|
|Citation||Ethnohistory, 16(4). 1969.|
McKennan, Robert A. (author)
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