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Respect the land - it's like part of us : a traditional use study of inland Dena'ina ties to the Chulitna River & Sixmile Lake Basins, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve / Douglas Deur, Karen Evanoff, and Jamie Hebert, and the Dena'ina Knowledge-Holders of Nondalton.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM I 29.2:L 14 C/3 (Text) 2180-4813 Online document Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (iv, 243 pages) : chiefly color illustrations, color maps (some folded), portraits
  • Publisher: [Port Alsworth, Alaska] : [National Park Service, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve], 2018.

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General Note:
This research was performed under a Cooperative Agreement between the USDI National Park Service's Lake Clark National Park and Preserve and the Department of Anthropology, Portland State University, under Cooperative Agreement No. P11AC90967, Task Agreement No. P13AC01460.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 212-216).
Source of Description Note:
Description based on online resource, PDF version; title from cover (NPS, viewed September 4, 2019).
Subject: Dena'ina Indians > Alaska > Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Human ecology > Alaska > Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Cultural landscapes > Alaska > Lake Clark National Park and Preserve > Evaluation.
Subsistence economy > Alaska > Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Natural resources > Alaska > Lake Clark National Park and Preserve > Management.
Dena'ina Indians > Alaska > Chulitna River.
Dena'ina Indians > Alaska > Alaska Peninsula.
Indians of North America > Alaska > Social life and customs.
Indians of North America > Alaska > Chulitna River.
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve (Alaska)
Chulitna River (Alaska)

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