|Title||[Logging on Eyak Lands]|
|Description:||Ts. Various correspondence letters concerning the Eyak People's fight against logging in their ancestral homeland.
No Eyak language.
Michael Krauss testified and used some Eyak language to support his argument. He used the example of the Eyak place name which translates as "Menstruant Women's Creek" to prove Eyak occupation of the area.
Krauss, Michael E. (compiler)
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