|Title||Native Place Names of the Kantishna Drainage, Alaska.|
|Description:||Place names study derived from research conducted as part of the Kantishna Oral History project. Based primarily on interviews with Abbie Joseph, a speaker of Minchumina-Bearpaw Upper Koyukon. She also knew Upper Kuskokwim names of some places. Former Kantishna residents living in Fairbanks, Nenana, Tanana, Anchorage, and Minto were also consulted.|
|Comments||Collection also contains much unpublished information relating to the Kantishna Oral History Project.|
|Citation||Anchorage, Alaska: U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Alaska Region, 1991.|
Gudgel-Holmes, Dianne (compiler)
Krauss, Michael E. (consultant)
Kari, James (consultant)
Jones, Eliza (interviewer)
Gudgel-Holmes, Dianne (interviewer)
Jones, Eliza (Linguist )
Joseph, Abbie (speaker)
Jones, Eliza (translator)
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