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Resource Details

Identifier:TI967W1967
Title [Wilson's Dena'ina Stories]
Description:
(1) Ts. Come With Me Along the Kaknu.  17 pp.
(2) Ts. My Life in Hunting and Trapping. 1971. 14 pp.
(3) Ts. Statement of Alexander Wilson. 4 pp. 2 copies, 32 place names, 21 fish names.
(4) Ts. Statement of Larry Matfay.  5 pp.
(5) Ts. Visit with Alex Wilson notes. 1967-68. 20 pp.
(6) Ts. and ms. miscellaneous. 35 pp.
Alexander Wilson was a resident of Kenai. These copies were given to J. Kari by Maria Cockswell (Alexander Wison's daughter) in 1980. Note reads: "Alex Shadua: A. Wilson did try to write long. Made tapes for Kenai Hist. Society. Wilma Hackney and others helped to transcribe tapes but A.W.pronounced and spelled words".
Contributors Matfay, Larry (author)
Wilson, Alexander (author)
Hackney, Wilma (interviewer)
Date1967
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Dena'ina
LingType placenames
text-ethnographic
Files: TI967W1967.pdf


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