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Thu Oct 16 17:58:05 2014 UTClccn-n950532340.00Merveilleux Alaska0.080.26Alaska Native ways : what the elders have taught us /55860613n 950532343847554np-brown, triciaBrown, Tricialccn-n95053227Corral, Hannah1983-lccn-n95053218Corral, Kimberly1962-viaf-93924390Campbell, Dianalccn-n2002010801Johnson, Kaylene1961-lccn-n80113889Alaska Railroadlccn-n83228030Brown, Tricialccn-no2013015471Levy, Dana(19..-....).lccn-n86825863Bean, Tomlccn-no95037480O'Connor, LetitiaCorral, Roy1946-Juvenile worksGuidebooksFictionAlaskaIndian childrenEskimo childrenEskimosTravelAlaska--Glacier Bay National Park and PreserveSea kayakingNatural historyAlaska--Denali National Park and PreserveAlaska Native philosophyOlder Alaska NativesAlaska RailroadAlaska--FairbanksAlaska--Fairbanks RegionKayakingNational parks and reservesIndians of North America--Social life and customsOlder EskimosOlder IndiansEskimo philosophyInuit--Social life and customsEskimos--Social life and customsOlder InuitIndian philosophyIndigenous peoples--Social life and customs194619951998199920002001200220032004200520131562921979.8004971E78.A3ocn037705325ocn037864212ocn032665021ocn054008589ocn0519088058803ocn037705325book19980.06Brown, TriciaChildren of the midnight sun : young native voices of AlaskaJuvenile worksPhotographs and text present the experiences and way of life of Tlingit, Athabascan, Yupik, and other Native American children in the villages, cities, and bush areas of Alaska. For Native children, growing up in Alaska today means dwelling in a place where traditional practices sometimes mix oddly with modern conveniences. "Children of the Midnight Sun" explores the lives of eight Alaskan Native children, each representing a unique and ancient culture. This extraordinary book also looks at the critical role elders play in teaching the young Native traditions+-+95505973352905ocn037864212book19980.06Corral, KimberlyA child's Glacier BayJuvenile worksFictionTwo young Alaskans travel with their parents on a three-week sea kayaking journey along more than 200 miles of coastline of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve+-+48505973351541ocn032665021book19950.06Corral, KimberlyMy Denali : exploring Alaska's favorite national park with Hannah CorralJuvenile worksExplores Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve and the many kinds of wildlife found there+-+22195973353241245ocn048966941book20020.26Corral, RoyAlaska Native ways : what the elders have taught us+-+1550313006552ocn050124263book20020.16Johnson, KaylenePortrait of the Alaska Railroad+-+2700597335361ocn042682776book20000.19Brown, TriciaFairbanks : Alaska's heart of gold : a traveler's guideGuidebooks+-+9370597335182ocn831150597book20130.21Corral, RoyWhat the Elders have taught us : alaska native ways41ocn492093570book1999Wohlforth, Charles PMerveilleux Alaska11ocn053254587file20030.01Corral, KimberlyA child's Glacier BayJuvenile worksFictionTwo young Alaskans travel with their parents on a three-week sea kayaking journey along more than 200 miles of coastline of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve+-+9550597335+-+9550597335Thu Oct 16 16:04:36 EDT 2014batch6927