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Beyond the moon crater myth : a new history of the Aniakchak landscape, Katherine Johnson Ringsmuth

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Beyond the moon crater myth : a new history of the Aniakchak landscape
Title
Beyond the moon crater myth
Title remainder
a new history of the Aniakchak landscape
Statement of responsibility
Katherine Johnson Ringsmuth
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UDI
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Beyond the moon crater myth : a new history of the Aniakchak landscape, Katherine Johnson Ringsmuth
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Publication
Note
  • "December 2007."
  • "A historic resource study for Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-262)
Contents
  • Russian orthodoxy: bridging the old world with the new
  • A sense of place
  • by Patricia Partnow
  • Incorporating Aniakchak: American fur traders, oil prospectors, and reindeer herders
  • Aniakchak ensnared: the canned salmon industry in Ugashik, Chignik, and Aniakchak Bay
  • The knights of woeful countenance: fox farmers, local trappers, and clam canners
  • On the Kanatak Trail
  • by Paul Boskoffsky
  • Pieces of the Wind
  • by Wendy Erd
  • A new history of the Aniakchak landscape: the challenge, the place, and purpose of study
  • Helen Neilsen: life on a Blue Fox Island
  • as told to Susie Pedersen
  • Exploring the moon crater of Alaska: from foot to flight
  • Frank Wilson's account of the 1931 eruption
  • as told to Father Hubbard
  • From wilderness frontier to wartime front
  • Father Hubbard's Aniakchak legacy
  • A dinosaur discovery in Aniakchak National Monument
  • by Anthony Fiorillo
  • Aniakchak: a place people do know, and have known, for a very long time!
  • Father Hubbard's geological wonder world: perpetuating the "moon crater myth" in Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve
  • Appendix: historic properties summaries and recommendations
  • Reflections on Working in Aniakchak
  • by Tina Neal
  • The living world of Aniakchak
  • Archeology in the park - an Aniakchak journal
  • by Brian Hoffman
  • 1741: a brave new world begins
Control code
ocn213331262
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
xix, 262 p.
Isbn
9780979643224
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps
Label
Beyond the moon crater myth : a new history of the Aniakchak landscape, Katherine Johnson Ringsmuth
Publication
Note
  • "December 2007."
  • "A historic resource study for Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-262)
Contents
  • Russian orthodoxy: bridging the old world with the new
  • A sense of place
  • by Patricia Partnow
  • Incorporating Aniakchak: American fur traders, oil prospectors, and reindeer herders
  • Aniakchak ensnared: the canned salmon industry in Ugashik, Chignik, and Aniakchak Bay
  • The knights of woeful countenance: fox farmers, local trappers, and clam canners
  • On the Kanatak Trail
  • by Paul Boskoffsky
  • Pieces of the Wind
  • by Wendy Erd
  • A new history of the Aniakchak landscape: the challenge, the place, and purpose of study
  • Helen Neilsen: life on a Blue Fox Island
  • as told to Susie Pedersen
  • Exploring the moon crater of Alaska: from foot to flight
  • Frank Wilson's account of the 1931 eruption
  • as told to Father Hubbard
  • From wilderness frontier to wartime front
  • Father Hubbard's Aniakchak legacy
  • A dinosaur discovery in Aniakchak National Monument
  • by Anthony Fiorillo
  • Aniakchak: a place people do know, and have known, for a very long time!
  • Father Hubbard's geological wonder world: perpetuating the "moon crater myth" in Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve
  • Appendix: historic properties summaries and recommendations
  • Reflections on Working in Aniakchak
  • by Tina Neal
  • The living world of Aniakchak
  • Archeology in the park - an Aniakchak journal
  • by Brian Hoffman
  • 1741: a brave new world begins
Control code
ocn213331262
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
xix, 262 p.
Isbn
9780979643224
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps

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