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The Alaska Native Reader: History, Culture, Politics
Maria Sháa Tláa Williams
Duke University Press
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Deg Xinag Oral Traditions: Reconnecting Indigenous Language and Education Through traditional Narratives
Beth Ginondidoy Leonard
Beth Ginondidoy Leonard, 2009. "Deg Xinag Oral Traditions: Reconnecting Indigenous Language and Education Through traditional Narratives", The Alaska Native Reader: History, Culture, Politics, Maria Sháa Tláa Williams
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