Cook Inlet Culture History: Anthropology 325 Cook Inlet Anthropology


A study of the peoples and cultures of the Native, Russian and American periods of the Cook Inlet region. Includes original archaeological studies and ethnohistoric documents.

**This is offered as an open learning website (free) provided by Kenai Peninsula College developed by Dr. Alan Boraas.Watch the lectures, read the material and self-direct your learning. Email Dr.
Boraas if you have questions or comments.

If you would like college credit you must sign up through Kenai Peninsula College at This is a web-based version of the course designed to allow you access to course materials. Please refer to your syllabus on Blackboard for assignment requirements and submission deadlines.

**Special Note: Usually Offered Alternate Fall Semesters.

Alan Boraas, Ph.D.                                                                                  Professor of Anthropology                                                                   Kenai Peninsula College                                                                         156 College Road                                                                            Soldotna, Alaska 99669                                              907-262-0360, Office                                                             

If you use information from the lectures on this website for publication, reports, term papers,  or other use, please cite:

Boraas, Alan 2014       Cook Inlet Culture History Lectures



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