Nelson Island elders describe hundreds of traditionally important places on the landscape, from camp and village sites to tiny sloughs and deep ocean channels, contextualizing them through stories of how people interacted with them in the past and continue to know them today. The stories provide a rich, descriptive historical record and detail the ways in which land use has changed over time.
Language: Central Alaskan Yup'ik (CY29)
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