Arctic Village: A 1930's Portrait of Wiseman, Alaska Robert Marshall

Arctic Village: A 1930's Portrait of Wiseman, Alaska

Author: Robert Marshall
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Book Title
Arctic Village: A 1930's Portrait of Wiseman, Alaska
Author
Robert Marshall
ISBN
9780912006512
This classic is an original work of literature by one of America's foremost conservationists and is an account of the people of the north, both Native and white, who give Alaska its special human flavor. First published over fifty years ago, the book is still a favorite among old-time Alaskans and, over the years, has prompted numerous readers to pack up and move to Alaska. The richness of statistical coverage in this book, and Marshall's careful descriptions of the characters he met, provide readers with a window to the world of 1930 and a nearly complete record of the Koyukuk civilization as he saw it. Readers learn what the people of Wiseman thought about sex, religion, politics, and the myriad of ways they found to cope with and enjoy life in a wilderness community.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Robert MarshallPublisher: University of Alaska PressPublished: 07/01/1991ISBN: 9780912006512Pages: 428Weight: 1.48lbsSize: 8.44h x 5.58w x 1.19d
This classic is an original work of literature by one of America's foremost conservationists and is an account of the people of the north, both Native and white, who give Alaska its special human flavor. First published over fifty years ago, the book is still a favorite among old-time Alaskans and, over the years, has prompted numerous readers to pack up and move to Alaska.

The richness of statistical coverage in this book, and Marshall's careful descriptions of the characters he met, provide readers with a window to the world of 1930 and a nearly complete record of the Koyukuk civilization as he saw it. Readers learn what the people of Wiseman thought about sex, religion, politics, and the myriad of ways they found to cope with and enjoy life in a wilderness community.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Robert Marshall
Publisher: University of Alaska Press
Published: 07/01/1991
ISBN: 9780912006512
Pages: 428
Weight: 1.48lbs
Size: 8.44h x 5.58w x 1.19d
This classic is an original work of literature by one of America's foremost conservationists and is an account of the people of the north, both Native and white, who give Alaska its special human flavor. First published over fifty years ago, the book is still a favorite among old-time Alaskans and, over the years, has prompted numerous readers to pack up and move to Alaska.

The richness of statistical coverage in this book, and Marshall's careful descriptions of the characters he met, provide readers with a window to the world of 1930 and a nearly complete record of the Koyukuk civilization as he saw it. Readers learn what the people of Wiseman thought about sex, religion, politics, and the myriad of ways they found to cope with and enjoy life in a wilderness community.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Robert Marshall
Publisher: University of Alaska Press
Published: 07/01/1991
ISBN: 9780912006512
Pages: 428
Weight: 1.48lbs
Size: 8.44h x 5.58w x 1.19d