- ItemRestrictedTrouble will save you: three novellas from interior Alaska(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Crouse, David Nikki, author; University of Alaska Press, publisher
- ItemRestrictedAkulmiut neqait: fish and food of the Akulmiut(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2019) Fienup-Riordan, Ann, author; Meade, Marie, author; Rearden, Alice, author; University of Alaska Press, publisherIn fall 2014, Calista Education and Culture, Inc. (CEC, formerly Calista Elders Council) began a four-year study funded by the Office of Subsistence Management of the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The study focused on whitefish and other non-salmon freshwater fish harvested by residents of the Akulmiut villages of Kasigluk, Nunapitchuk, and Atmautluak, as well as those living along the Kuskokwim River just below Bethel in the villages of Napaskiak, Napakiak, and Oscarville. Harvest studies have been carried out in some of these communities (Ikuta, Brown, and Koester, ed. 2014) as well as two major ethnographic studies--one in Napaskiak (Oswalt 1963) and one in Nunapitchuk (Andrews 1989). Our intended focus was not on harvest amounts but rather traditional knowledge surrounding the harvest and use of the six species of whitefish, as well as pike, burbot, and blackfish, on which people from this area relied so heavily in the past and continue to harvest to this day. In fact, all three contemporary Akulmiut villages, as well as settlements in the past, were established at sites where fish fences were built across the river each fall to intercept whitefish as they migrated out of the lakes and sloughs toward the mainstem of the Kuskokwim River. If there is one food that defines people from this area, it is whitefish.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedThe gwich'in climate report(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2023) Gilbert, Matt, editor and compiler; University of Alaska Press, publisherA regional climate impact and adaptation report, The Gwich'in Climate Report is a compilation of interviews between Matt Gilbert and northern Alaska Gwich'in Athabascan community members, elders, hunters, and trappers. It explores Gwich'in insight and wisdom about ecology, climate, and the effects of climate change on their landscapes and culture.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedAlaska herring history: the story of Alaska's herring fisheries and industry(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2022) Mackovjak, James, author; University of Alaska Press, publisherAlaska Herring History is a thoroughly researched, well-documented, and comprehensive chronicle of Alaska's herring fisheries. James Mackovjak describes the evolution of these fisheries from the late nineteenth century to the present, including harvest, processing, markets, and sustained-yield management considerations.--Provided by publisher.
- ItemRestrictedCabin stories: the best of Dark winter nights: true stories from Alaska(Colorado State University. Libraries, 2022) Prince, Rob, editor; University of Alaska Press, publisherCabin Stories: The Best of Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska is a collection of stories selected by the executive producers of Dark Winter Nights. These stories depict true adventures, impossible situations and the stranger side of life in Alaska as told by the everyday Alaskans who experienced them.--Provided by publisher.