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Identifier:G977ODD1979
Title [Education in Russian America]
Description:
Various papers authored by Richard and Nora Dauenhauer and  Michael Oleksa
-"What is an Aleut?" (Oleksa, in Kodiak Fish Wrapper and Litter Box Liner Vol.V No.5, 1979)
-"The Orthodox Mission and Native ALaskan Languages: A Brief Overview" (Oleska, in Orthodox Alaska, Vol.III No.1, 1979)
-"Conflicting Visions in Alaska Education" (Dauenhauer, R, in ANLC Occasional Paper No.3, 1980) 3 versions
-"Education in Russian America" (Oleksa, in Education in ALaska's Past, 1982)
-"Crossroads/Cross Purposes" (Oleksa, no date)
-"The Suppression of the Aleuts: The Conflict in Alaska Education 1876-1916" (Amorok and Oleksa, 1983)
-"Orthodoxy and the Evolution of Aleut Culture" (Oleksa, in The Legacy of St. Vladimir, 1988)
-"Education in Russian America- Chapter 12" (Dauenhauer R.), "The Creoles and Their Contributions to the Development of Alaska- Chapter 15" (Oleksa).(In Russian America: The Forgotten Frontier, 1990)
-"Technical, emotional, and ideological issues in reversing language shift: examples from Southeast Alaska" (Dauenhauer and Dauenhauer, in Endangered Languages: Language Loss and Community Response, 1998)
Comments
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Contributors Dauenhauer, Richard (author)
Dauenhauer, Nora (author)
Oleksa, Fr. Michael (author)
Date1979-1998
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Tlingit
Unangan
LingType educational
ethnohistory
Collection General


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