Alaska's Heritage, Volume 2
Alaska Historical Society for the Alaska Historical Commission, Department of Education, State of Alaska, 1992 - Indians of North America - 782 pages
This lavishly illustrated history of Alaska guides readers to an understanding of the excitement and variety of Alaska's past.
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