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Our voices : Native stories of Alaska and the Yukon / edited by James Ruppert and John W. Bernet.

Ruppert, James, 1947- (Added Author). Bernet, John W., 1929- (Added Author).

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Homer Public Library AK 398.2089 RUP 000149085 Alaskana -- Nonfiction Place on copy / volume Available -

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  • ISBN: 0803289847
  • ISBN: 9780803289840
  • ISBN: 0803239440
  • ISBN: 9780803239449
  • Physical Description: xiv, 394 pages : maps ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ¬©2001.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Deg Hit'an / Belle Deacon -- Deg Hit'an Gixudhoy / The People's Stories -- Taxghozr / Polar Bear -- Nil'oqay Ni'idaxin / The Man and Wife -- Koyukon / Catherine Attla -- Doz K'ikaal Yee Nogheelt'uyhdlee / The One Who Used to Put His Nephew into a Fishtail -- Dotson' Sa Ninin" atltseen / Great Raven Who Shaped the World -- K'etl'enbaalots'ek -- Dekeltlaal De'ot Etldleeyee / The Woodpecker Who Starved His Wife -- Elts'eeyh Denaa / Wind Man -- Gwich'in / Katherine Peter -- Shaaghan / The Old Woman -- K'aiiheenjik -- from "Gwichyaa Zheh Gwats'a' Tr'ahaajil" / We Go to Fort Yukon -- Jalgiitsik, Tl'yahdik Haa / Chalkyitsik and Tl'yahdik -- Northern Tutchone / Gertie Tom -- Gyo Cho Chu / Living at Big Salmon, 1930s and 1940s -- K'enlu Man / Northern Lake, 1944 -- K'enlu Man / Northern Lake, 1956 -- Kaska / John Dickson -- Gedeni Ges Gagah Nede / The Girl Who Lived with Salmon / Maudie Dick -- Dzohdie' Guh Cho Dzehhin / Dzohdie' Kills the Giant Worm -- Tagish / Angela Sidney -- Getting Married -- The Stolen Woman -- Southern Tutchone / Annie Ned -- Our Shagoon, Our Family History -- How First This Yukon Came to Be: Crow and Beaverman / Kitty Smith -- Naakw: Devilfish, or Octopus, Helper -- [To Build a Fire] -- The First Time They Knew K'och'en, White Man -- Upper Tanana / Mary Tyone -- Stsoo Shyaan Oonign': Ch'aldzeek Shyii Dineh Gaay Na'ithadn / My Old Grandmother: The Little Man Standing in the Moon -- Dlign Mba' Hehk'aayh Ts'a' / When the Tree Squirrels Cut Fish.
Subject: Athapascan Indians > Folklore.
Athapascan mythology.
Tales > Alaska.
Tales > Yukon River Valley (Yukon and Alaska)
Athapascan Indians.
Athapascan mythology.
Tales.
Volkserzählung.
Alaska.
North America > Yukon River Valley.
Indianer.
Yukon Territory.
Genre: Folklore.
Anthologie.
Folklore.