Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park: Ethnographic Overview and Assessment (Paperback)

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This report emphasizes five broad areas of interest: 1- Native uses of the Chilkoot Train and surrounding areas during the pre-contact period; 2- Native uses of the trail and surrounding areas just before and during the gold rush; 3- Native uses of the trail and surrounding areas after the gold rush; 4- Native peoples' contemporary uses of the trail and surrounding areas; and 5- Traditional ecological knowledge, particularly concerning environmental and ecological changes (plants, animals, weather, landscape) that have occurred in the region since before the gold rush. This report also includes an annotated bibliography that critically evaluates significant sources of information about the culture and history of the Native people surrounding KLGO, and an assessment and prioritization of ethnographic work that needs to be completed in the future to meet legal mandates, policy directives, or management needs.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781484037768
ISBN-10: 1484037766
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: April 17th, 2013
Pages: 320
Language: English