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Summary: "This thesis discusses the history of population movements and migrations on the middle and upper Innoko River in west-central Alaska. The history of research and exploration into the region is synthesized. The bodies of work known as 'place attachment studies' and 'place studies' are presented as a framework with which to understand current perceptions of the movements and migrations. The move from Holikachuk village on the Innoko River to Grayling on the Yukon River in 1963 is examined in detail. The long-term consequences of these movements for the Holikachuk Athabascan people are analyzed"


    map background search result map search result map "They left their teacups full and their zeniths in the house" : Innoko River population movements and migrations Baseline concentrations of total mercury and methylmercury in salmon returning via the Bering Sea (1999-2000) "They left their teacups full and their zeniths in the house" : Innoko River population movements and migrations Baseline concentrations of total mercury and methylmercury in salmon returning via the Bering Sea (1999-2000)