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Akulmiut Neqait

Fish and Food of the Akulmiut

Anguyiim Nalliini

Time of Warring
The History of Bow-and-Arrow Warfare in Southwest Alaska

Ann Fienup-Riordan

Ann Fienup-Riordan has lived and worked in Alaska since 1973. She has written and edited more than twenty books on Yup’ik history and oral traditions. Her most recent book with the University of Alaska Press is Yungcautnguuq Nunam Qainga Tamarmi/All the Land's Surface is Medicine: Edible and Medicinal Plants of Southwest Alaska.

Ciulirnerunak Yuuyaquanak

Do Not Live Without an Elder
The Subsistence Way of Life in Southwest Alaska

December 17, 2021

Mission of Change in Southwest Alaska

Conversations with Father René Astruc and Paul Dixon on Their Work with Yup'ik People, 1950-1988

Qanemcit Amllertut

Many Stories to Tell
Tales of Humans and Animals in Southwest Alaska

Stebbins Dance Festival

Taprarmiuni Kassiyulriit / Stebbins Dance Festival

The Artists Behind the Work

Life Histories of Nick Charles, Sr., Frances Demientieff, Lena Sours, Jennie Thlunaut

Where the Echo Began

and Other Oral Traditions from Southwestern Alaska Recorded by Hans Himmelheber

Words of the Real People

Alaska Native Literature in Translation

Yungcautnguuq Nunam Qainga Tamarmi

All the Land's Surface is Medicine

Edible and Medicinal Plants of Southwest Alaska

Yupiit Yuraryarait

Yup'ik Ways of Dancing

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