Alaska Native Language Archive
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Chief Henry Yugh Noholnigee (The Stories Chief Henry Told)
|Book: Chief Henry Yugh Noholnigee: The Stories Chief Henry Told|
|Stories in Koyukon and English on opposing pages.|
|(His Arrow Does Not Miss)|
|"The stories in this book were told by Chief Henry of Huslia in his language, which is now known as Koyukon Athabaskan. They have been transcribed from tape recordings in his language and then translated into English. Eliza Jones, Chief Henry's niece, is the editor and primary translator of these stories."|
Henry, Chief (speaker)
Jones, Eliza (transcriber)
Jones, Eliza (translator)
Link to this page: http://www.uaf.edu/anla/item.xml?id=KO973JH1979