TITLE

Alaskan Haida Narratives: Maintaining Cultural Identity through Subsistence

AUTHOR(S)
Breinig, Jeane C.
PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Telling the Stories: Essays on American Indian Literatures & Cul;2001, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the significance of the subsistence economy of Alaskan Natives. The subsistence practices of hunting, fishing and gathering is important to the cultural survival of Alaska Natives. Such practices signified not only the historical claim Natives have to the natural resources of Alaska, but also to the moral and spiritual value the landscape and waterways hold for Native peoples and their cultures.
ACCESSION #
19348886

 

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