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ALASKA'S FIRST PEOPLE, Travels With Grampa, the epic story of the
indigenous people of Alaska in 1898. T.A.H.I.T.A. (Tlingit, Aleut, Haida,
Inuit/Eskimo,Tsimshian and Athabascan) travels with his Grampa and his
little fox from the Aleutians to the arctic, giving and receiving
tokens. A perfect teaching tool with reinforcement on every page.
Alaska's First People by Judy Ferguson, illustrated by Nikola
To contact Nikola Kocic, see: http://www.nikolasart.com/
with indigenous leaders from each culture, Alaskas First People
portrays Aleut, Sugpiag, Yupiaq, Inupiaq, Gwich'in, Koyukon, Tanacross,
Ahtna and Eyak Athabascan peoples with maps on each page, glossary and a
large cultural map.
Alaska's First People meets the new Alaska State history
requirements; lesson plans are available, based on state standards for
Alaska's First People, ISBN 978-0-9716044-4-5, as well as for Alaska's
Little Chief, Alaska's Secret Door, Blue Hills and Parallel Destinies.
on State standards, lesson plans, evaluation tools, activity pages,
resources, power point program for all five titles: 'Alaskas First
People,' 'Alaskas Little Chief,' 'Alaskas Secret Door,' 'Parallel
Destinies' and 'Blue Hills.' Printable from CDs: $8.95.
|Consulting continuously with cultural consultants,
Ferguson is the first in my 40 years of Alaska Native
education to successfully portray the great variety of
Alaskas First People, Bob Maguire, Director, Association
of Interior Native Educators, Learning Styles Project, Doyon
An epic journey, giving children identity in the greater
northern panorama, Nettie Peratrovich, Haida, former Bureau
of Indian Affairs superintendent, Nome District.
A highly intriguing saga presenting our indigenous
people to all, Francis Haldane, Metlakatla elder, Tsimshian.
Great story of the Aleut people, Alice Snigaroff
Petrovelli, Former President Aleut Corporation.
I love itwonderful story of the Inupiaq! Martha
Frankson, Point Hope.
History is for the newcomers; this is our heritage,
our life. Dr. Angayuqaq O. Kawagley, "The Yupiaq World
View"-- Alaska Native Knowledge Network/Center for
Publisher and Distribution Information for Alaska's First People
from original oil paintings, art notecards,
Alaska's indigenous cultures, signed cards,
prints from Alaska's First People.
ISBN 978-0-9716044-4-5, Distributed by Voice of Alaska
Porcupine Caribou Herd
Inupiaq Grampas Whale Hunt
Great thanks to indigenous leaders and
educators: Dr. Angayuqaq O. Kawagley, "The Yupiaq World View: A
Pathway to Ecology and Spirit," Dr Ray Barnhardt, Alaska Native
Knowledge Network/Center for Cross-Cultural Studies; Crystal (Anastasia)
Dushkin/Kdam Idigaa, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc; Alice
Snigaroff Petrovelli, director/former president Aleut Corporation; Bruce
Richardson, Koniaq; Robert Henrichs, Sukpiaq; William Jackson, Frank
Peratrovich, Tlingit; Ruby Hollembeck, Caroline Atuk Derrick, Martha and
Ira Frankson, Inupiaq; Tanana Chiefs Conference First Traditional Chief
David Salmon, Gwich'in Athabascan; Jerry Lipka, Professor Education and
Barbara Adams, UAF; Fredrick George, Akiachak elder; Jerah Chadwich, UAF
Aleutians Program; Kris Ann Mountain and Kristy Nicholas, Interior
Aleutians Campus/Nulato; Barbara Dalke, retired Native educator; Jerry
Isaac, Tanana Chiefs Conference president; Kenny Thomas, Tanacross
elder; Fred John Jr., Old Minto Family Recovery Camp; Michelle Anderson,
Ahtna Development Corporation; Johnny Goodlataw, Lisa Yoshimoto, Ahtna
Athabascan; Virginia Lacy, Eyak elder; Mentasta Writers Conference; Dr.
Michael Krauss Alaska Native Language Center, map, "Native Peoples
and Languages of Alaska."
Celebrating Alaska statehood, Alaska Governor
Sarah Palin reads Alaska’s First People to her son, Trig.
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PO Box 130
Delta Junction, AK 99737
Tel. (907) 895-4101 FAX (907) 895 4101