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Growing Up Native in Alaska

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Interviews, United States - State & Local - General, Ethnic identity, Ethnic Cultures - Native Americans, Social Science, Biography / Autobiography, Sociology, Indians of North America, Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies, Eskimos, Ethnic Studies - General, A
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ISBN 101578331145
ISBN 139781578331147

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Growing Up Native in Alaska: Finding the Path to Identity McClanahan, Alexandra. McClanahan, Alexandra. Published by CIRI Foundation. ISBN ISBN New Quantity Available: 1. Seller: GoldBooks. (Denver, CO, U.S.A.) Rating/5(8). Growing Up Native in Alaska (CIRI Foundation ) was not the book I was hired in to write as the CIRI Historian.

But as I think back to the day that I discussed going to work for CIRI, I realize it may have been inevitable. My charge was to gather as much information and history as I possibly could about the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of Books. Growing up Native In Alaska.

Growing up Native In Alaska. $) Write a Review Write a Review × Growing up Native In Alaska. Rating Required. Name Email Required. The book, Growing Up Native in Alaska by Alexandra J. McClanahan is a coalition of twenty-seven Alaska Native stories.

For each region in Alaska, two people talk about their cultures and traditions and what they mean to them today. A topic discussed in the book is the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of and what effects it had in various regions. Discussion Questions: Growing Up Native in Alaska What are the key topics of the book.

Why is the book organized the way it is by regional names in alphabetic order rather than by the people’s names in alphabetic order. In other words, why are the corporations given more prominence in this book than individual lives. Buy Growing Up Native in Alaska by A. McClanahan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Ahtna region: Paul Mayo, Sue Sherman --Aleut region: Jeffery Kauffman, Patience Merculief --Arctic slope region: Bobbi Quintavell, Rex Allen Rock, Sr.

--Bering Straits region: Austin Ahmasuk, Jaylene Z. Wheeler --Bristol Bay region: Brad Angasan, Jason Metrokin --Calista.

Growing Up Native in Alaska: Interviews: Series of interviews about Native Alaska in the past and present. Alaska Native Art: Tradition, Innovation, Continuity: Coffee-table book of arts and crafts of the Inuit and Indian people of Alaska.

Growing Up Native in Alaska A J McClanahan. 8 ratings by Goodreads. ISBN / ISBN Published by CIRI Foundation, New Condition: New Soft cover. Save for Later.

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Join the leading website for book. This is not the best written book, but buckle your seat belt, this true story is a heck of a ride. Sidney Huntington is a native Alaskan. Born in the early 20th century, he has seen the tremendous changes of modernization from the standpoint of a subsistance living aboriginal/5.

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Growing Up Native in Alaska: Finding the Path to Identity by A J McClanahan (): Books - at: Paperback. Growing up Native in Alaska by A.J. McClanahan includes interviews with 27 young Alaska Native leaders about their lives, their futures, the impact of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and how they are “finding innovative and creative ways to live in two worlds.”.

Growing Up Native In Alaska. By A.J. McClanahan. Brings 27 Alaska Natives together to talk about their cultures and traditions. Real people who are open about their lives and dreams.

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When his mother died suddenly, 5-year-old Huntington protected and cared for his younger brother and sister during two weeks of isolation.3/5(2). Summary: “For Native children, growing up in Alaska today means dwelling in a place where traditional practices sometimes mix oddly with modern conveniences.

Children of the Midnight Sun explores the lives of eight Alaskan Native children, each representing a unique and ancient culture. New book introduces 21st century Alaska Native children. published inwas the first book about Alaska Native children written by Tricia Brown, with photographs by Roy Corral.

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