University of Alaska Press

Publishing books on politics and history, Native languages and cultures, science and natural history, biography and memoir, poetry, fiction and anthologies, and original translations, all with an emphasis on the state of Alaska.

K'aiiroondak

Behind the Willows

Kal'unek From Karluk

Kodiak Alutiiq History and the Archaeology of the Karluk One Village Site

Khanty, People of the Taiga

Surviving the Twentieth Century

Kiska

The Japanese Occupation of an Alaska Island

Kusiq

An Eskimo Life History from the Arctic Coast of Alaska

Land of Extremes

A Natural History of the Arctic North Slope of Alaska

Last Great Wilderness

The Campaign to Establish the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Life and Times of a Big River

An Uncommon Natural History of Alaska's Upper Yukon

Life at Swift Water Place

Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact

Little Whale

A Story of the Last Tlingit War Canoe

Living with Wildness

An Alaskan Odyssey

Lugiim Yura

Lucy's Dance, Yup'ik Edition

Made of Salmon

Alaska Stories from the Salmon Project

Making History

Alutiiq/Sugpiaq Life on the Alaska Peninsula

Many Stories to Tell/Qanemcit Amllertut

Tales of Humans and Animals in Southwest Alaska

Married to the Empire

Three Governors' Wives in Russian America 1829-1864

Melting the Ice Curtain

The Extraordinary Story of Citizen Diplomacy on the Russia-Alaska Frontier

Mission of Change in Southwest Alaska

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

More Than God Demands

Politics and Influence of Christian Missions in Northwest Alaska, 1897-1918

Must We All Die?

Alaska's Enduring Struggle with Tuberculosis

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