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Cook Inlet region inventory of native historic sites and cemeteries

Cook Inlet Historic Sites Project.

Cook Inlet region inventory of native historic sites and cemeteries

by Cook Inlet Historic Sites Project.

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Published by Cook Inlet Region, inc.] in [Anchorage Alaska .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cook Inlet Region (Alaska),
  • Alaska
    • Subjects:
    • Dena"ina Indians -- Antiquities.,
    • Cook Inlet Region (Alaska) -- Antiquities.,
    • Alaska -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 136-145.

      Statementcompiled by the Cook Inlet Historic Sites Project, Cook Inlet Native Association ; project director--Gregg Brelsford.
      ContributionsBrelsford, Gregg.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.T185 C66 1975
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 174 p., [20] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages174
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5214654M
      LC Control Number75044801

      Alan S. Boraas (Ap - November 4, ) is a professor of anthropology at Kenai Peninsula College in Alaska. He is known for his research into the culture, history, and archaeology of the peoples of the Cook Inlet area of Alaska, and in particular has worked closely with the Dena'ina people of the Kenai is an adopted member of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, and is helping. There was also some additional land set aside for historical sites, cemeteries and what have you. The money was essentially $ million to be paid out over 11 years on a scheduled payment. The Corporate Whale, leaders of Sealaska and Cook Inlet Region, Inc., will profile their activities in dividing the benefits of ANCSA into profits for.

      legislature. The county, river, and bay took their name from the native Coos Indians and first appeared in print in the Lewis and Clark journals as “Cook-koo-oose”. The Coos County Historical Society was formed in Empire City served as the county seat from its founding until , when citizens voted to move the county seat to Coquille.   Knik was originally the site of a Dena’ina Athabascan Indian village. According to exhibits at the Knik Museum (operated by the Wasilla Knik Historical Society), one of the first American traders in the area was George W. established a trading post at a Dena'ina village called "Kinik," near the Knik River at the head of the inlet.

      Evaluate five historic properties on the Cherokee Reservation to determine if they are eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Information from the project will be used by the tribal planning office to protect unmarked human burials and by the Museum of the Cherokee to educate the public about Cherokee history and culture.   Cook Inlet Culture History: Anthropology Cook Inlet Anthropology. Janu kpcett Leave a comment. 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.


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Cook Inlet region inventory of native historic sites and cemeteries by Cook Inlet Historic Sites Project. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Cook Inlet region inventory of native historic sites and cemeteries. [Gregg Brelsford; Cook Inlet Historic Sites Project.]. The Cook Inlet Region Inventory of Historic Sites and Cemeteries is a comprehensive inventory of currently known Native historic sites and cemeteries contained within the geographic boundaries of.

Identifier: TIKr Title: Cook Inlet Region Inventory of Native Historic Sites and Cemeteries Contributors: Cook Inlet Native Association (author) Kari, James (annotator) Subject Language: Dena'ina. Cite this Record. Cook Inlet Region Inventory Native Historic Sites and Cemeteries.

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State, County, and Local Government Brelsford, Gregg Related Keywords. Summer Fish Camp Inventory Related Keywords and Creators are determined by looking at all of.

The inventory document lists three historic buildings and one site (Evergreen Cemetery). In a grant was sought to perform an inventory and survey of the neighborhood. In the preliminary research work done for the grant it was found that there was approximately properties in the neighborhood.

“ It is crammed full of AK Native art, scrimshaw, carvings as well as gems, jewelry, antique guns just to name a few. “ There was native art, guns, furs, fossils, and just lots and lots of very cool items.

Cook Inlet Region Inventory of Native Historic Sites and Cemeteries. Kari, James; Cook Inlet Native Association. Alaska Native Language Archive. oai::TIKr; Shem Pete Artifacts. Upper Cook Inlet Dena'ina Oral Traditions: An Introduction to the Narrative Art of an Alaskan Athabascan People.

Cook Inlet Region Inventory of Native Historic Sites and Cemeteries, Cook Inlet Native Association, 3. de Laguna, The Archaeology of Cook Inlet.

University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, 4. Fall, Patterns of Upper Inlet Tanaina Leadership, The most prominent features in the village today are the Native cemetery and two Orthodox churches — the old St.

Nicholas church, built before and the newer church, opened in COOK INLET REGION, INC. IBLA Decided December 9, Appeal from decision of the Alaska State Office, Bureau of Land Management, rejecting selections under section 14(h)(1) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act for cemetery sites and historical places.

Affirmed in part, reversed in part, set aside in part, and remanded. I write to advise donors and supporters of the Cook Inlet Historical Society of the status of activity with this periodic update.

Legacy Projects Working with Mayor Dan Sullivan and Susan Duck, his Centennial Director, we secured $, funding from the Anchorage Assembly for Anchorage's Centennial celebration last year.

The Holy Assumption Orthodox Church National Historic Landmark is on the east shore of Cook Inlet, miles southwest of Anchorage.

The site consists of the Church, the rectory, and a chapel. All are on what is known as the Russian Mission Reserve, acres, composed of two irregularly-shaped lots.

Initiated by the Cook Inlet Historical Society (CIHS), the Legends and Legacies, Anchorage, website was a designated Anchorage Centennial Celebration,legacy project of the Municipality of Anchorage.

With the support of the Atwood Foundation, Rasmuson Foundation, Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, and the John Bagoy. An Alaska Native and shareholder-owned corporation, Ahtna, Inc.

efforts are aimed at providing a broad range of opportunities for its shareholders, continued business growth and diversification, as well as effective management of all Ahtna resources. Guidebook for Indiana Historic Sites and Structures Inventory Archaeological Sites – • Conducting archaeological fieldwork prior to completing the archaeological records check.

• Failure to submit required archaeological report and site forms, where relevant, within the required time frames. In response to the COVID virus, the Cook Inlet Historical Society has transitioned to a free, online speaker series. Please tune in for Cook Inlet Historical Society’s virtual panel lecture titled: “We’re Saving It for You: The Value and Importance of Archives and Museums in.

Series 1: Anthropology and Historic Preservation, Cooperative Park Studies Unit [AHP CPSU]. Contains records relating to the implementation of section 14(h)(1) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of (P.L. Section 14(h)(1) involves Alaskan Native historical places and cemetery sites that were identified and.

InChristmas came twice for I Cook Inlet Region Inc. shareholders. In late December, the ALASKA Native regional corporation announced a $per-share dividend payout. The payout meant most of its 6, shareholders who each hold an average of shares, each received a check in the mail for $50, mostly tax-free.Historic Sites, Parks.

Earthquake Park. Reviews #35 of things to do in Anchorage. on the Anchorage trail system and Tony Knowles Coastal trail. Great views of downtown Anchorage, Sleeping Lady, Cook Inlet and aircraft heading in and out of Anchorage.

If you are a resident of another country or region 4/ TripAdvisor reviews.The Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Dena’ina ancestors, recognizing the abundance of the place called Yaghanen, "the good land," settled along the banks of its rivers and Tikahtnu (Cook Inlet).

In the past several years, one location the Kenaitze Tribe has focused on is Sqilantnu, meaning "the grocery store," located in the area now called Cooper.