Title: Teedlay T'Iin Naholndak Niign := Stories by ...
Publisher: Alaska Native Language Center
Publication Date: 2011
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
136 p., illustrations, bibliography. CD not included. In English and Upper Tanana. Teedl?y tíiin naholndak niign: Stories by the Tetlin People describes life as it used to be along the Upper Tanana River of Alaska. Cora Davidís stories describe growing up -- the migratory lifestyle, the food, the toys -- as well as the history of the Tetlin people -- natural disasters, interactions with the land and animals, and ancient warfare. Cora tells her stories in Upper Tanana Athabascan. The stories are transcribed and translated into English (on facing pages) by Olga Lovick with the help of Roy Sam, Avis Sam, and Rosa Brewer. Bookseller Inventory # 1555001149AMA021616
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