ethnohistory of the lower Yukon-Innoko region with emphasis on local waterways

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Indians of North America -- Yukon River Valley (Yukon and Alaska) -- History., Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Innoko River Valley -- History., Yukon River Valley (Yukon and Alaska) -- History., Innoko River Valley (Alaska) -- His

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Yukon River Valley (Yukon and Alaska), Innoko River Valley (Alaska), Alaska, Innoko River V

StatementNorma J. Stephenson ; sponsoring agency, State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Research and Development.
ContributionsAlaska. Dept. of Natural Resources. Division of Research and Development.
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LC ClassificationsF912.Y9 S83 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination106 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4242318M
LC Control Number80623267

THE ETHNOHISTORY OF THE LOWER YUKON - INNOKO REGION WITH EMPHASIS ON LOCAL WATERWAYS. Anchorage: Alaska DNR, First Edition. Soft cover. Very Good+. Item # 1st printing.

4to printed yellow wraps. Maps Appendices. Bibliography. fos/year on top of front cover. THE ETHNOHISTORY OF THE LOWER YUKON - INNOKO REGION WITH EMPHASIS ON LOCAL WATERWAYS by Stephenson, Norma J. Seller Gene W. Baade Books on the West Published Condition Very Good+ Edition First Edition Item Price $.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Ingalik contact ecology: an ethnohistory of the lower-middle Yukon, Item Preview remove-circlePages: The European advance into the Yukon was surprisingly slow, given the voracious appetite of the fur trade companies for new areas to develop.

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First Nations peoples from the Mackenzie River valley, the Lynn Canal region, and the lower Yukon had passed along stories of the area's riches and urged traders on the periphery to expand their operations farther inland, hoping that the establishment of.

Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory by C. Scott Smith,Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Research Branch edition, in English. Klondike Region (Carmacks, Pelly Crossing, Stewart Crossing, Dawson City) Kluane Region (Haines Junction, Burwash Landing, Destruction Bay, and Beaver Creek) North Yukon (Old Crow, Eagle Plains) Central Yukon (Faro, Ross River, Mayo, Keno, and The Silver Trail) Southern Lakes Region (Carcross, Teslin, Tagish, Marsh Lake,).

Yukon Territory is located in northwest Canada. Yukon Territory is bordered by the Beaufort Sea, the United States to the west, Northwest Territories to the east, and British Columbia to the south.

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Yukon - Yukon - Economy: The federal and territorial governments play important roles in Yukon’s economy. The territorial government has assumed increasing responsibility for building roads, airfields, and power-generating facilities, as well as for providing incentives to private companies interested in developing resources in the area.

Few people continue to make their living by hunting. Coupled with the Alaska Highway, the WWII building of the Canol pipeline facilitated access to oil at the Whitehorse refinery bringing new people, exploration, development and tourism to Yukon.

An influx of tourism led to a permanent non-native population surpassing the indigenous population for the first time. Much of this activity occurred in Whitehorse, which replaced Dawson as Yukon's.

Yukon - Yukon - Government and society: The status of Yukon as a political entity within the Canadian federal system of government is defined by a statute of the federal government (the Yukon Act []), in contrast to the provinces, whose existence is enshrined within the Canadian constitution.

Nevertheless, Yukon’s governmental structure is very similar to that of the provinces, and the. Yukon is one of the 13 provinces and territories of Canada and is located in the northwestern corner of Canada. The territory is named after the Yukon River, the longest river in Yukon.

It is bordered by the Northwest Territories to the east, by British Columbia to the south, and by the US state of Alaska to the west, and it extends northward above the Arctic Circle to the Beaufort Sea. As of. Artists from around the region display their work at the Yukon Arts Centre, the largest of the many galleries in the providence.

Aside from Yukon’s influential First Nations groups, which include about 25 percent of the total population, the territory also contains a strong French-speaking community. Several trading posts and art galleries. discussion of mining history in the region.

A more detailed history of each community in the region can be found in the socioeconomic section of the EIS (see Section ). Overview of Ethnohistory The communities and people of the mid-Yukon region share a long history of interaction.

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The triangle-shaped territory is bordered on the N by the Beaufort Sea of the Arctic Ocean, on the E by the Northwest Territories, on the S by British Columbia and Alaska, and on the W by Alaska. The highest point in Yukon is Mt. Logan, 19, ft (5, m) high, in the St. Elias Mts. in the. Yukon's leading industry by far is mining; lead, zinc, silver, gold, and copper are the principal minerals.

Tourism is the second most important industry; the area's colorful history and beautiful scenery draw visitors. Manufacturing has increased in. North and South Korea The Korean Peninsula juts out into the Pacific Rim from northwestern Asia. The peninsula is bound by the Sea of Japan (the East Sea) and the Yellow and South Korea share the peninsula.

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Get this from a library. Indians of Yukon and Northwest Territories. [Canada. Indian Affairs Branch.] -- Summarizes characteristics of individual tribes and their history, particularly from an administrative point of view, from the arrival of Europeans to At the lower end of Unit 21E the Kuskokwim River is located less than 50 miles to the south and the communities of Lower and Upper Kalskag and Aniak are close by.

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Bethel, with a population of just under 6, is the largest community in the region and is located approximately 75. Ether set the plates in the place where the Lord would bring the scouts of Limhi (Ether ).

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The Book of Ether was to the Nephites what The Book of Mormon is to us (Mosiah ; Alma). The Yukon River is delivering upwards of five tons of mercury a year to the Arctic environment, likely in response to a warming climate, scientists from the U.S.

Geological Survey announced Tuesday. Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: Population counts are unrounded and based on an enumeration of the total population.

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YUKON REGION, an area associated with the Yukon River and the Yukon Territory in northwest North Yukon River, formed by the confluence of the Lewes and Pelly Rivers, flows northwest through the Yukon Territory into Alaska and then southwest from the junction with the Porcupine River to empty across an immense delta (eighty to ninety miles wide) into the Bering Sea.

In the region became part of the Northwest Territories (NWT). But it was in when the Yukon literally hit the map after gold was found in a tributary of the Klondike River near what was to become Dawson City.

The ensuing gold rush attracted upwards of 40, hopefuls from around the world. Towns sprouted overnight to support the. Yukon Tourism Development Strategy Sustainable Tourism. Our Path. Our Future.

Yukon (/ ˈ juː k ɒ n / (); French: ; also commonly called Yukon Territory) is the smallest and westernmost of Canada's three also is the least populated province or territory in Canada, with a population of 35, people as of the Census. Whitehorse, the territorial capital and Yukon's only city, is the largest settlement in any of the three territories.

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Visitors flock to Yukon to experience one of Oklahoma's largest ethnic festivals each year — the Oklahoma Czech Festival goes all-out with music, a parade, costumed dances, crafts and plenty of Czech delicacies.