Alaska subsistence: a National Park Service management history
Alaska Support Office, National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 2002 - Travel - 306 pages
"This study is a chronicle of how subsistence management in Alaska has grown and evolved"--P. viii.
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Alaska Native and Rural Lifeways Prior to 1971
E Statehood and Its Ramifications
The National Park Service and the Subsistence Question
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