Dena'ina (Culture Keyword)

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Archaeological Survey, Proposed Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association Headquarters Building, Kenai, Alaska (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Boraas.

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Evaluation of Historic Sites in Palmer, Alaska (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Matanuska-Susitna Borough.

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Historic and Prehistoric Resources of the Proposed Soldotna Creek Park (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Boraas.

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Looking Beyond Dena’ina House Pits and Cache Pits: There is something else out there (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Monty Rogers. Daniel Stone.

Frequently, surface depressions at Dena'ina ancestral sites are interpreted as houses or cache pits. A review of ethnographic and historical literature suggests that surface depressions at Dena'ina ancestral sites are a result of several activities beyond habitation and caching. Pitfall traps, temporary shelters, cooking pits, menstrual huts, water wells, graves, and trees uprooted for beluga hunting are some features that can result in surface depressions. Possible feature locations,...


Radiocarbon Dates from Sel-010: Kachemak Bay, Alaska (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Boraas. Janet Klein.

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Survey of Sites On the West Side of Knik Arm Phase IIIB (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Matanuska-Susitna Borough.

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Symbolic Fire and Water Transformations Among the Cook Inlet, Alaska Dena'ina (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Boraas.

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