Richard K. Nelson - Social Science - 1986 - 303 pages
Boreal forest Indians like the Kutchin of east-central Alaska are among the few native Americans who still actively pursue a hunter's way of life. Yet even among these people ...
Richard K. Nelson - History - 1983 - 296 pages
Follows a group of Eskimo hunters and their families through the cycle of an arctic year and looks at the different realms of the Eskimo world
Richard K. Nelson - Nature - 1998 - 389 pages
Examines the physiology of deer, and describes how they have had to adapt to man's encroachment on their natural environments in varied parts of the United States
Jim Rearden, Sidney Huntington - History - 2014 - 235 pages
“I owe Alaska. It gave me everything I have.” Says Sidney Huntington, son of an Athapaskan mother and white trader/trapper father. Growing up on the Koyukuk River in Alaska’s ...
Claire Fejes - History - 1981 - 204 pages
Account of author's trip up the Tanana and Yukon rivers visiting Athabaskan Indian villages along the way.