Born with the River: An Ethnographic History of Alaska's Goodpaster and Big Delta Indians
State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, 1986 - Athapascan Indians - 137 pages
Contains oral history, folk narratives, annotated place names, maps, historic photographs and riddles. Purpose of project was to conduct a cultural-resources survey of selected portions of Rika's Landing State Historic Site at Big Delta.
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Abraham Luke Abraham's wording Ahtna Alaska Athapaskan baby bark Betticher Big Delta village bluff boat boys brother cabin cache camp caribou Castner Chief Jarvis Clearwater Craig Mishler CM Creek Ddhel Delta band Delta Junction Delta River dlaat zhax Dot Lake Episcopal Eva Moffit Eva's Fairbanks father fish Fortymile River frogs girl gonna Goodpaster and Big Goodpaster River Goodpaster village graves guess Healy Lake Healy River hunting Injii Jiize Chaege Johnson River kids kill located loon lower mouth Luke's McKennan Menn Mitchell Mmm hmm moose moss house mother nothin numbers Photograph pole potlatch riddle River Note roadhouse s]he Sal Chaege Salcha Salcha River Salchaket salmon soldier spruce story Tanacross Tanacross language Tanana Indians Tanana River telegraph line tell Teth Teth Chaege trail trans trap Upper Tanana Variants—compare Andrew Isaac Volkmar River winter Woman Who Married Yeah Yukon River