Alaska History. An Annotated Bibliography by Marvin W. Falk

By Marvin W. Falk

Marvin W. Falk bargains a systemic and choose directory of simply over 3,000 courses at the historical past of Alaska, released from the 18th century to early 2004. Early explorations have been performed by means of nationals from numerous international locations, and the consequences have been released in Russian, German, French, Spanish, and English. a lot of those overseas language debts were released in translation and are incorporated within the bibliography.This bibliography covers a large span of Alaskan heritage together with old literature from: Discovery in 1741 The Russian interval finishing in 1867 The U.S. territorial interval finishing with statehood in 1959 The oil growth

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3. Anchorage: Alaska Geographic Society, 1979. This is a heavily illustrated general overview of the diverse Native populations of Alaska: Inupiat, Yupik, Aleut, Koniag, Chugach, Athabascan, Eyak, Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian. Although the text is quite brief to allow for such a broad coverage, it is carefully presented for a popular readership. - - - , ed. The Aleutians. Contributing editor Lydia Black. Alaska 249. Geographic, 7, no. 3. Anchorage: Alaska Geographic Society, 1980. - - - . And the Land Provides; Alaskan Natives in a Year of 250.

S. Donnelly. Materials for the Study of Alaska History 4. Kingston, Ontario: Limestone Press, 1973. RA General Histories 41 358. Gibson, James R. " In European Settlement and Development in North America: Essays on Geographical Change in Honour and Memory of Andrew Hill Clark, edited by James R. Gibson, 45-65. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1978. 359. Hassel, Georg. Vollstandige und neueste Erdbeschreibung des Britischen und Russischen Amerikas und der franzosischen Fischerinseln, mit einer einleitung zur Statistik dieser Lande [New Description of British and Russian America and the French Fishing Islands, With an Introduction to the Statistics of these Lands].

Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2002. 112. Chance, Nancy Fogel. " PhD diss. University of Connecticut, 1988. 113. Chance, Norman A. The Inupiat and Arctic Alaska: An Ethnography of Development. Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. Fort Worth: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1990. The research for this book was conducted between 1958 and 1989, and was centered in the community of Kaktovik during a period of rapid development and change that resulted from statehood, oil development, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and the creation of powerful regional native corporations.

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