Alaska's Rural Development
Peter G. Cornwall, Gerald A. McBeath
Westview Press, 1982 - Alaska - 212 pages
An examination of the social, economic, politicial and cultural concerns surrounding the development of rural Alaska, based on papers given at a conference held in July 1978.
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