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Alaska PeninsulaRennick, Penny, ed., vol. 21, no. 1, Alaska Geographic / Anchorage: Alaska Geographic Society (POB 93370, Anchorage, AK 99509), 1994. 96p. Describes community life from the Katmai-Iliamna area to Isanotski Strait in the Aleutians. ISBN1566610184.
Building in an Ashen Land : Katmai National Park and Preserve Historic Resource StudyClemens, Janet and Frank Norris. (Anchorage: National Park Service Alaska Support Office, 1999) 204 pp., paper, Lake Clark Katmai Studies Center, 4230 University Dr., Ste. 311, Anchorage AK 99508. An illustrated history of this unique western Alaskan park unit.
Lake Clark-Iliamna, Alaska, 1921: the travel diary of Colonel A.J. Macnab with related documentsedited by John Branson. Published/Created: [Alaska] : Alaska Natural History Association, c1996. Description: 120 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. ISBN: 0930931181 Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Making history : Alutiiq/Sugpiaq life on the Alaska Peninsulaby Patricia H. Partnow. Published/Created: Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Press, c2001. Description: xiv, 296 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. ISBN: 1889963380 (cloth : alk. paper) 1889963399 (pbk. : alk. paper) Contents: Machine generated contents note: Introduction i -- How This Book Came About i -- History and Ethnohistory 2 -- History as Interpretation 5 -- How This Book is Arranged7 -- The Storytellers8 -- Perryville -- Ivanof Bay -- Chignik Lake -- Chignik Bay -- Port Heiden -- Chignik Lagoon -- South Naknek -- Other Storytellers --Alutiiqs and the Land 6 -- The Land 7 -- Alaska Peninsula Inhabitants2 --The Precontact Period on -- the Alaska Peninsula 28 -- Origins 28 -- Precontact Culture as Reported by the Russians 32 The Russian Period on the -- Alaska Peninsula: 74I to I86755 -- Europeans Learn about the Alaska Peninsula 55 -- Russian Economic Interests in the Alaska Peninsula 57 -- 1780s to 1818 -- 1818 to 1867 -- Russians Along the Katmai Coast and the Naknek River -- Drainage 67 -- Baidarshchiks -- Katmai in the Nineteenth Century -- Russian Period Alutiiq Settlements 72 -- Russian Orthodoxy and the Alutiiqs 76 -- Creoles 87 -- Effects of Company and Church on Alaska Peninsula -- Alutiiqs88 -- Population Decline -- Changes in Warfare and Trading Practices -- Subsistence -- Beginning of anAlutiiq Identity --The American Period, 1867 to 91202 -- The American Fur Trade Io2 -- End of the Fur Trade121 -- Subsistence25 -- Commercial Fishing and Other Economic Opportunities -- on the Alaska Peninsula30 -- Creoles in the American Period37 -- Alaska Peninsula Villages in the Nineteenth Century 139 -- Religion 154 -- Gambling as Control: The Game of Kaataq 159 -- Health 63 -- Dawning of the Twentieth Century64 Katmai, 1912 74 -- The Katmai Eruption74 -- Posteruption SettlementsI89 The American Period, 1912 to World War II 93 -- Social StructureI93 -- Population Dynamics I98 -- Population Increase -- Villages -- Economy 21o -- Subsistence and the Continuation of Tradition -- Fishing and Cannery Work -- Furs -- Reindeer -- Education 241 -- Organized Religion242 -- Disasters, Natural and Human 243 -- Postscript: World War II and Life after the War 249 -- Afterword: History Made and Remade 256 --References Cited 260 --Index273. Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-285) and index.
Nuvendaltin Quht'ana : the people of Nondaltonby Linda J. Ellanna, Andrew Balluta ; cartographic illustrations by George K. Sherrod. Published/Created: Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, c1992. Related Names: Balluta, Andrew. United States. National Park Service. Related Titles: People of Nondalton. Description: xxvii, 354 p. : ill., maps; 28 cm. ISBN: 1560981180
Puyulek Pu'irtuq! = The People of the Volcanoes: Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve Ethnographic Overview & AssessmentMorseth, Michele. (Anchorage : National Park Service, Lake Clark / Katmai National Park and Preserve, 1998), 186 pp., paper, ISBN0941555054, request from National Park Service, 4230 University Drive, Suite 311, Anchorage, AK 99508. Illustrated history of this remote National Park unit on the Alaska Peninsula.
Russian Orthodox Church of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands and Its Relation to Native American Traditions-An Attempt at a Multicultural Society, 1794-1912Ivanov, Viacheslav. (Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 1997), 61 pp., paper, ISBN0160487811, order from U.S. Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents, Mail Stop SSOP, Washington, D.C., 20402-9238. Written to accompany a 1994 exhibit and based on extensive church records preserved at the Library of Congress.
Shtutda'ina da'a shel qudel = My forefathers are still walking with me : verbal essays on Qizhjeh and Tsaynen Dena'ina traditionsby Andrew Balluta; transcribed and edited by James Kari. Published/Created: Anchorage, Alaska: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, 2008. Description: xii, 147 p.: ill. (chiefly col.), maps (some col.) ; 22 cm. ISBN: 0974966894 (pbk.)
Sukdu nel nuhtghelnek = I’ll tell you a story: stories I recall from growing up on Iliamna Lakeby Walter Johnson ; transcribed and edited by James Kari. Published/Created: Fairbanks, AK: Alaska Native Language Center, 2004. Description: 81 p.: ill. ; 22 cm. + 1 sound disc (digital; 3/4 in.) ISBN: 155500086X
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