History of Alaska Natives Bibliography
Jane G. Haigh, PhD, Assistant Professor of History, Kenai Peninsula College
**Please see also my separate Bibliography of Alaska Native Biography and Autobiography
Andrew, Frank, and Ann Fienup-Riordan, Paitarkiutenka = My legacy to you. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2008.
Arnold, Robert D. Alaska Native Land Claims. Anchorage: Alaska Native Foundation, 1976.
Black, Lydia, Russians in Alaska, 1732-1867, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2004.
Blackman, Margaret B. and Florence Edenshaw Davidson, During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, a Haida Woman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992.
Blackman, Margaret B. Sadie Brower Neakok, an Iñupiaq Woman. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1989
Bockstoce, John R. Furs and Frontiers in the Far North: The Contest Among Native and Foreign Nations for the Bering Strait Fur Trade. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009.
Bodfish, Waldo, Kusiq: An Eskimo Life History from the Arctic Coast of Alaska. University of Alaska Press, 1991
Brower, Charles, Fifty Years Below Zero, New York, Dodd Mead, 1942.
Brown, Emily Ivanoff, The Roots of Ticasuk: An Eskimo Woman’s Family Story. Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Northwest Books, 1981.
Burch, Ernest S. Jr. Alliance and Conflict: the world system of the Iñupiaq Eskimo, Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 2005.
________, The Iñupiaq Eskimo Nations of Northwest Alaska, Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, c1998.
_______, Social life in Northwest Alaska: the structure of Iñupiaq Eskimo nations. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2006.
Burch, Ernest S., and Erica Hill. Iñupiaq Ethnohistory: Selected Essays. Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press, 2013.
Castner, Joseph C., Lieutenant Castner’s Alaskan exploration, 1898: A journey of hardship and suffering, Anchorage, Alaska: Cook Inlet Historical Society, 1984
Clifford, James. Returns: Becoming Indigenous in the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 2013.
Carlo, Poldine, Nulato. Fairbanks, Carlo, 1978.
Cracroft, Sophia Lady Franklin Visits Sitka, Alaska 1870: The Journal of Sophia Cracroft Sir John Franklin’s Niece, Alaska Historical Society, 1981
Crowell, Aron L. Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People. Fairbanks: Univ. of Alaska Press, 2001.
Cruikshank, Julie. Life Lived Like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1992.
Cruikshank, Moses, The Life I’ve Been Living (Oral Biography Series), University of Alaska Press, 1986.
De Laguna, Frederica Travels among the Dena: exploring Alaska’s Yukon Valley, University of Washington Press, 1990.
_______. Under Mount Saint Elias: The History and Culture of the Yakutat Tlingit, Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1972.
Dauenhauer, Richard D. and Nora Marks Dauenhauer, eds. Haa Shuká, Our Ancestors: Tlingit Oral Narratives. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1987.
_______ Haa Tuwunáagu Yís, for Healing Our Spirit: Tlingit Oratory, University of Washington Press, 1990.
_______. Haa K̲usteeyí, Our Culture: Tlingit Life Stories. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994.
Dauenhauer, Nora, Richard Dauenhauer, and Lydia Black. Anóoshi lingít aaní ká = Russians in Tlingit America: the battles of Sitka, 1802 and 1804. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2008.
Ellanna, Linda J., Nuvendaltin Quht’ana : the people of Nondalton, Washington, Wash. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.
—— From hunters to herders: the transformation of earth, society, and heaven among the Inupiat of Beringia, Anchorage, Alaska: U.S. Dept. of the Interior National Park Service Alaska Regional Office, 2004.
Emmons, George Thornton ; Frederica De Laguna; Jean Low, The Tlingit Indians. Seattle: University of Washington Press; NY: American Museum of Natural History, 1991.
Fedorova, S. G., The Russian population in Alaska and California, late 18th century-1867, Kingston, Ont., Limestone Press, 1973.
Fienup-Riordan, Ann and Alice Rearden, Anguyiim Nalliini/Time of Warring, The History of Bow-and-Arrow Warfare in Southwest Alaska, Fairbanks, UA Press, 2016.
Fisher, R., Contact and Conﬂict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, 1774– 1890. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1977
Fitzhugh, William W., and Aron Crowell. Crossroads of Continents: Cultures of Siberia and Alaska. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1988.
Fortuine, Robert, Chills and Fever: Health and Disease in the Early History of Alaska. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Press, 1989.
Fortuine, Robert, “Must we all die?”: Alaska’s enduring struggle with tuberculosis, Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2005.
Frost, O. W., ed. Bering and Chirikov: The American Voyages and Their Impact. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Historical Society, 1992.
Gallagher, H.G., Etok: A Story of Eskimo Power (Biography of Charles Edwardsen Jr.) New York, New York: G.P. Putman and Sons, 1974.
Gates, Michael, Gold at Fortymile Creek: Early Days in the Yukon, Vancouver: UBC Press, 1994.
Griese, Arnold A., The Way of Our People, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973.
Grinev, Andrei V. The Tlingit Indians in Russian America, 1741-1867, Translated by Richard L. Bland and Katerina G. Solovjova, U. of Nebraska Press, 2005.
Haines, Jan Harper, Cold River Spirits: The Legacy of an Athabascan-Irish Family from Alaska’s Yukon River, Epicenter Press, 2000.
Haskell, William, Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold Fields 1896-1898: A Thrilling Narrative of Life in the Gold Mines and Camps, University of Alaska Press, 1998.
Haycox, Stephen W. Alaska: An American Colony. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006.
Hayes, Ernestine. Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2006.
Heller, Herbert L. (Editor), Sourdough Sagas – the Journals, Memoirs, Tales and Recollections of the Earliest Alaskan Gold Miners, 1883-1923,
Hensley, William L. Iggiaruk. Fifty Miles from Tomorrow, New York, Farrar Strauss Giroux, 2009.
Herbert, Belle, and Mary Jane McGary. Shandaa in My Lifetime. Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center, University of Alaska, 1982.
Hoxie, Frederick E., “Exploring a Cultural Borderland: Native American Journeys of Discovery in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of American History, Vol. 79 (1992) 976.
Hudson, Ray, and Rachel Mason, Lost Villages of the Eastern Aleutians, National Park Service, 2014.
Hunt, William, North of 53°: The wild days of the Alaska-Yukon mining frontier, 1870-1914, New York, Macmillan, 1974.
Hunt, William R., Whiskey Peddler: Johnny Healy, North Frontier Trader, Missoula, Mont.: Mountain Press Pub. Co., 199.3
Huntington, James, and Lawrence Elliott. On the Edge of Nowhere. Crown Books, 1966 (Kenmore, WA: Epicenter Press, 2002).
Huntington, Sidney, and Jim Rearden. Shadows on the Koyukuk: An Alaskan Native’s Life Along the River. Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Books, 1993.
Isaac, Andrew, Andrew Isaac, Fairbanks: Central Alaska Curriculum Consortium, 1988.
John, Peter, edited by David J. Krupa, The Gospel According to Peter John, Alaska Native Knowledge Network, 1996.
Kalifornsky, Peter, A Dena’ina legacy: the collected writings of Peter Kalifornsky: K’tl’egh’i sukdu, Fairbanks : Alaska Native Language Center University of Alaska, 1991.
Kan, Sergai, Memory Eternal: Tlingit Culture and Russian Orthodox Christianity through Two Centuries. University of Washington Press, 1999.
Kan, Sergei, Pauline Turner Strong, and Raymond Fogelson. New perspectives on Native North America: cultures, histories, and representations. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006.
Kaplan, Laurence, King Island Tales: Ugiuvangmiut Quliapyuit, Alaska Native Language Center, 1988.
Kawagley, A. Oscar. A Yupiaq Worldview: A Pathway to Ecology and Spirit. Prospect Heights, Ill: Waveland Press, 1995.
Kohlhoff, Dean, When the Wind Was a River: Aleut Evacuation in World War II, . Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995.
Kirk, Ruth, Tradition & change on the Northwest Coast: The Makah, Nuu-chah-nulth, southern Kwakiutl, and Nuxalk,
Kirk, Sylvia Van, Many Tender Ties: Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670-1870, Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983, c1980.
Lowenstein, Tom, Ultimate Americans: Point Hope, Alaska, 1826–1909 .University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks, 2008.
Luehrmann, Sonja. Alutiiq Villages Under Russian and U.S. Rule. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2008.
Luke, Howard, Jan Steinbright Jackson, ed. My Own Trail, Fairbanks, Alaska Native Knowledge Network, 1998.
Mackenzie, Clara Childs, Wolf Smeller by Zhoh Gwatsan A biography of John Fredson, Native Alaskan, Anchorage, Alaska Pacific University Press, 1985.
Mercier, Francois Xavier, Recollections of the Youkon: Memoires from the years 1868-1885 Alaska Hist. Commission studies in History, Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Books, 2001.
Merculieff, Larry. Wisdom Keeper: One Man’s Journey to Honor the Untold History of the Unangan People. Berkeley, CA, 2016.
Meredith, Susan, Alaska’s Search for a Killer: A Seafaring Medical Adventure 1946-1948, 1998.
Metcalfe, Peter. A Dangerous Idea: The Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Struggle for Indigenous Rights. U. of Alaska Press, 2014.
Miller, Gwenn A. Kodiak Kreol: Communities of Empire in Early Russian America. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2010.
Mishler, Craig, and William Simeone, Han: People of the River. University of Alaska Press, 2004.
Mitchell, Donald Craig. Take My Land, Take My Life: The Story of Congress’s Historic Settlement of Alaska Native Land Claims, 1960-1971. University of Alaska Press, 2001.
Morgan, Lael, Art and Eskimo Power: the life and times of Alaskan Howard Rock, Fairbanks, Epicenter Press, 1988.
Muir, John, Travels in Alaska, New York, AMS Press, 1971.
Murphy, Claire Rudolf, Gold Rush Women, Seattle, Alaska Northwest Books, 1997, Hillside Press, 2012.
Murphy, Claire Rudolf, and Jane G. Haigh, Children of the Gold Rush, Portland, Alaska Northwest Books, 2001, Hillside Press, 2012.
Murphy, Claire Rudolf, and Jane G. Haigh Gold Rush Dogs, Portland, Alaska Northwest Books 2001, Hillside Press, 2012.
Nelson, Edward, Eskimos about the Bering Strait, Smithsonian, Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1899.
Nelson, Richard. Hunters of the northern forest, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1973.
Oberg, Kalervo, The Social Economy of the Tlingit Indians, Seattle, U. Washington Press, 1973.
Ogalvie, William, Early days on the Yukon. New York, Arno Press, 1974.
Paneak, Simon, and John Martin Campbell. In a Hungry Country. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2004.
Paneak, Simon. We Hunt to Live. Barrow, Alaska: North Slope Borough Planning Dept, 1989.
Partnow, Patricia, Making History: Alutiiq Sugpiaq life on the Alaska Peninsula, UA Press, 2001.
Peter, Katherine, Neets’aii Gwiindaii: Living in the Chandalar Country, Alaska Native Language Center, 1992.
Peter, Katherine, Living in the Chief’s House (Khehkwaii Zheh Gwiich’i’), Alaska Native Language Center, 2001.
Pratt, K.L., Chasing the dark: Perspectives on place, history and Alaska Native land claims. National Park Service.
Raboff, Adeline. I’nuk’suk: Northern Koyukon, Gwich’in & Lower Tanana, 1800-1901, Fairbanks, Alaska Native Knowledge Network, 2001.
Ray, Dorothy Jean, Aleut and Eskimo Art: Tradition and Innovation in South Alaska, University of Washington Press, 1986.
Ray, Dorothy Jean. The Eskimos of Bering Strait, 1650-1898. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1992.
Ruppert, James, Our Voices: Native stories of Alaska and the Yukon, University of Oklahoma Press, 1983.
Shalkop, Antoinette, Exploration in Alaska: Captain Cook commemorative lectures, June-November, 1987, Anchorage, Alaska: Cook Inlet Historical Society, 1980.
Sherwood, Morgan B., Exploration of Alaska, 1865-1900, Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 1992.
Schneider, William, So They Understand: Cultural Issues in Oral History, Utah State University Press, 2002.
Schneider, William, When Our Words Return, Utah State University Press, 1995.
Smith, Barbara Sweetland, Heaven on earth: Orthodox treasures of Siberia and North America. Anchorage, Alaska: Anchorage Museum of History and Art., 1994.
Smith, Barbara Sweetland, Russian America, the forgotten frontier: symposium, Anchorage Museum of History and Art. Symposium, 1990.
Solovjova, Katerina, The fur rush: essays and documents on the history of Alaska at the end of the eighteenth century. Anchorage, Alaska: Phenix Press
Steller, Georg Wilhelm, Journal of a voyage with Bering, 1741-1742, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1988.
Sturtevant, William C. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 5, Arctic, Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1984.
Sturtevant, William C. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 7, Northwest Coast, Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1990.
Thomas, Sr., Kenny, Crow Is My Boss: The Oral Life History of a Tanacross Athabaskan Elder, University of Oklahoma Press, 2005.
Torrey, Barbara Boyle with Agafon Krukoff Jr. Slaves of the Harvest. St. Paul Island, Alaska: TDX Corp., 1983.
Urvina, Anthony, Sally Urvina, More Than God Demands: Politics and Influence of Christian Missions in Northwest Alaska, 1897-1918 University of Alaska Press, 2016.
Vanstone, James W. Athapaskan Adaptations: Hunters and Fishermen of the Subarctic Forests, Island Press, 2005.
Webb, Melody. Yukon, the Last Frontier. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985
Wallis, Velma; Illustrated by Grant, James L., Sr., Raising Ourselves – A Gwich’in Coming Of Age Story From The Yukon River, Epicenter Press,
Wickersham, James, Tales, Trails and Trials, Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press reprint, 2008, (original 1935.)
Williams, Maria Sháa Tláa. The Alaska Native Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009.
Robert A. Williams Jr., The American Indian in Western Legal Thought: The Discourses of Conquest, Oxford University Press, 1992.
Yukon Koyukuk Biography Series; Andrew Isaac, Peter John, Martha Joe, etc.
Yukon Museums, The Kohklux Map
ARTICLES, DISSERTATIONS, AND OTHER
Ames, Kenneth M. “Tempo and Scale in the Evolution of Social Complexity in Western North America: Four Case Studies.” in North American Archeology, eds. T.R. Pauketat, and D. Di Paolo Loren, 56-78, Blackwell, 2005.
Arndt, Katherine Louise. Dynamics of the fur trade on the middle Yukon River, Alaska: 1839 to 1868, PhD Dissertation, UAF, 1996.
Arndt, Katherine L. “Released to Reside Forever in the Colonies” Founding of a Russian-American Company Retirement Settlement at Ninilchik, Alaska. In Agrafena’s Children. Wayne Leman, ed. Pp. 31-46. Ninilchik: Lulu Press, 1993
Barnhardt, Carol, “A History of Schooling for Alaska Native People,” Journal of American Indian Education, Volume 40, Number 1, Fall, 2001
Black, Lydia, “First Russians in the Near Islands.” https://absilcc.org/science/aiwg/Local%20Documents/Black,%20Lydia%20T.,%20First%20Russians%20in%20the%20Near%20Islands.pdf
Black, Lydia, “Conquest of the Eastern Aleutians.” https://absilcc.org/science/aiwg/Local%20Documents/Black,%20Lydia%20T.,%20The%20Conquest%20of%20the%20Eastern%20Aleutians.pdf
Bodenhorn, Barbara, “‘I’m Not the Great Hunter, My Wife Is’: Inupiat and Anthropological Models of Gender,” Et’udes Inuit Studies, Vol. 14 (1990),66; idem.
Bodenhorn, Barbara, “‘The Animals Come to Me. They Know I Share’: Inupiaq Kinship, Changing Economic Relations. and Enduring World Views on Alaska’s North Slope,” Ph.D. dissertation (University of Cambridge, 1989),32. 10
Burch, “From Skeptic to Believer,” in Burch, Ernest S., and Erica Hill. Iñupiaq Ethnohistory: Selected Essays. Fairbanks, U. of Alaska Press, 2013. Also http://www.alaskool.org/projects/traditionalife/oralhistory/skeptic_to_believer.htm
Burch essay and map, on, Fitzhugh, William W., and Aron Crowell. Crossroads of Continents: Cultures of Siberia and Alaska. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1988.
Cassell, Mark S., ‘If They Did Not Work for the Station, They Were in Bad Luck’: Commercial Shore Whaling and Inupiat Eskimo Labor in Late-Nineteenth/Early-Twentieth Century North Alaska, Ph.D Diss., Department of Anthropology, SUNY-Binghamton, 2000
Collins, Raymond L, “Dichinanek’ Hwt’ana: A history of the people of the Upper Kuskokwim who live in Nikolai and Telida, Alaska.” Ed.: Sally Jo Collins McGrath, Alaska, Sept. 2000, Rev. Jan. 2004. https://www.nps.gov/dena/learn/historyculture/upload/Dichinanek%20Hwtana.pdf
Csoba-DeHass, Medeia, “Russian Orthodoxy, Religious Syncretism, and Ethnic Identity amoung the Alutiiq of the Kenai Peninsula,” PhD dissertation, UAF 2010
Cusack-McVeigh, Holly, “Stories Find You: Narratives of Place in a Central Alaskan Yupik Community.” PhD Dissertation, UAF, 2004
Darnell, Frank, and Anton Hoëm, “Taken to Extremes: Education in the Far North: Chapter 4 Historical Development of Schooling,” http://www.alaskool.org/native_ed/research_reports/taken_to_extremes/darnell.htm#top
Drabek, Alisha. “Traditional Alutiiq Education: Excerpt from Alisha Drabek, Ph.D. (2012) Dissertation: “Liitukut Sugpiat’stun (We Are Learning How to Be Real People): Exploring Kodiak Alutiiq Literature through Core Values.” Alutiiq Education. Kodiak Island Borough School District, 2012. Web. 8 Dec. 2015. http://alutiiqeducation.org/html/history/precolonial.php
Drucker, Philip, “The Native Brotherhoods: Modern Intertribal Organizations on the Northwest Coast.” Smithsonian Institution Bureau Of American Ethnology, Bulletin 168, US Government Printing Office, Washington: 1958. http://www.alaskool.org/ projects/native_gov/documents/ anb/anb_2.htm
Fritz , Stacey DEW Line Passage: Tracing the Legacies of Arctic Militarization, PhD Dissertation, UAF 2011
Gaffney, Mike “Alaska Native in Traditional Times: A Cultural Profile Project.” Alaska Native Knowledge Network (ANKN) http://www.ankn.uaf.edu/curriculum/Articles/MikeGaffney/CPP/Chap6.html
Haycox, Stephen, “Sheldon Jackson in Historical Perspective: Alaska Native Schools and Mision Contracts, 1885-1894,” The Pacific Historian, Volume XXVIII, Number 1, pages 18-28
Hill, Erica “Introduction,” in Burch, Ernest S., and Erica Hill. Iñupiaq Ethnohistory: Selected Essays. 2013.
Hirshberg, Diane and Suzanne Sharp, “Thirty Years Later: The Long-Term Effect of Boarding Schools on Alaska Natives and Their Communities.” Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska, Anchorage: 2005. http://iser.uaa.alaska.edu/Publications/boardingschoolfinal.pdf
Hirshberg, Diane, “It Was Bad or It Was Good:” Alaska Natives in Past Boarding Schools”. Journal of American Indian Education 47 (3). University of Minnesota Press: . 20085–30. http://www.jstor.org/stable/24398766.
Hummel, Laurel J. “U.S. Military as Geographical Agent: the Case of Cold War Alaska,” The Geographical Review, Vol. 95: No. 1, 2006.
Jacobs, Analise, “Shore Whaling in Western Alaska,” Routledge History of Western Empires, 2014.
Knecht, Rick, Sven Haakanson, and Shawn Dickson. “Awa’uq: discovery and excavation of an 18th century Alutiiq refuge rock in the Kodiak Archipelago.” To the Aleutians and beyond: The anthropology of William S. Laughlin 20 (2002): 177.
La Belle, Jim, Stacy L. Smith, Cheryl Easley, Kanaqlak (George P. Charles), “Boarding School: Historical Trauma among Alaska’s Native People,” National Resource Center for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Elders, 2005.
Lajimodiere, Denise, “A Healing Journey.” Wicazo Sa Review, Vol. 27, No. 2, Fall 2012, pp 5-19.
“Let All That is Indian Within You Die,” Native American Rights Fund legal Review, Vol. 38, No. 2. SUMMER/FALL 2013. www.narf.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/nlr38-2.pdf
Machner, Herbert D.G. Archeology of the Eastern Aleut Region, Ch. 13, The Oxford Handbook of the Prehistoric Arctic, 2016. p 323
Mason, Rachel, Background: Attu Prehistory and History, in Attu Boy, NPS https://www.nps.gov/aleu/learn/historyculture/upload/12-Background-Attu-Prehistory-and-History.pdf
Miller, Gwen, “The Perfect Mistress of Russian Economy, Sighting the intimate on a colonial Alaskan Terrain, 1784-1821,” in Stoler, Ann Laura. Haunted by Empire: Geographies of Intimacy in North American History. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006. Pp 297-325
Partnow, Patricia, “Russian American Reader,” http://www.akhistorycourse.org/docs/russian_american_book7.pdf
Pember, Mary Annette, “Intergenerational Trauma: Understanding Natives’ Inherited Pain.” Indian Country Media Today. 2016.
Pullar, Gordon, Native Village of Afognak, “Our History,” http://www.afognak.org/education/history_intro.php
Pullar, Gordon, “Looking Both Ways,” in Crowell, Aron L. Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People. Fairbanks: Univ. of Alaska Press, 2001.
Ongtooguk, Paul, “Alaska Natives Fight for Civil Rights,” Alaska History and Cultures, Alaska Humanities Forum, http://www.akhistorycourse.org/articles/article.php?artID=472
Postman, David. “Inside Deal, the Untold Story of Oil in Alaska,” Anchorage Daily News. Eight Part Series, February, 1990
Pratt, Kenneth L., “Deconstructing the Aglurmiut Migration: an Analysis of Accounts from the Russian America period to the present.” Alaska Journal of Anthropology, vol. 11, nos. 1&2 (2013), 17.
Rasic, Jeffrey T., “Archeological Evidence for Transport, Trade and Exchange in the North American Arctic.” CH. 5, Oxford Handbook of the Prehistoric Arctic, 2016
Ray, Dorothy Jean. “Land tenure and polity of the Bering Strait Eskimos.” Journal of the West 6.3 (1967): 371-394.
Riddington, Robin, Review Essay, “Narrative Technology and Eskimo History,” Ethnohistory 47.3-4 (2000) 791-796
Stefian, Amy, Patrick Saltonstall and Linda Finn Yarbourough, “Maritime Economies of the Central Gulf of Alaska after 4000 BP” Ch. 12, Oxford Handbook of the Prehistoric Arctic, 2016