4 edition of The Lower Yukon River. found in the catalog.
The Lower Yukon River.
|Series||Alaska geographic -- v. 17, no. 4.|
|Contributions||Alaska Geographic Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
Latest Phone Numbers Searched in Yukon, OK. Use the box at the top to search the Yukon White Pages for the owner of any phone #. - Reeves Seamless Guttering, Cedar Ave (28 . The lower reaches of river below Mastodon Creek are slow and meandering with many extra miles of meandering as the river finds its way through the low gradient landscape. There is a mile section of river that can be floated in as few as 10 days but 12 to 14 days would be a better trip length.
Yukon River salmon declines: Learning from Tradition. King salmon on the Lower Yukon River. results of this project can communicate lessons learned about the history and current conditions of king salmon on the lower Yukon River. Highlights of Results. Yup’ik Understandings of King Salmon. (children’s book, teacher tool kit. At the mouth of the river, near the town of St. Michael's in Alaska there is a large delta. All this I never knew even though many years ago, whe This was an interesting, simply-written book on the history of steamboats on the Yukon River in Alaska, the Yukon Territory, and British Columbia/5.
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Lower Yukon River book. Read reviews from world’s largest The Lower Yukon River. book for readers. Alaska Geographic is an award-winning series that presents the people, p 4/5. Get this from a library. The Lower Yukon River. [Alaska Geographic Society.;] -- Follows the Yukon River from Holy Cross, through its broad delta to the mouth on the Bering Sea.
Includes details of history, communities, subsistence and arts and crafts of the region. The Lower Yukon River (Alaska Geographic) Paperback – July 1, by Alaska Northwest Publishing (Author), Alaska Geographic Association (Author), Penny Rennick (Editor) & out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from 3/5(1). Get into the rhythm of an extended canoe expedition on the mythic Yukon river. This immersive day km canoeing experience includes day on the Yukon River in pure wilderness with two days off seeded with cultural/immersive activities, and two days exploration of Whitehorse and Dawson City prior and after your trip.
Overview. The Yukon River is such a giant; no words can accurately describe the scale of things along its more than mile length. There are sloughs running through large wooded islands that are bigger than most rivers, and if you need to be on one side of the river at a certain point, you better start many miles in advance getting to that side.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Molly Hootch: I Remember When: Growing up in Alaska on the Kwiguk Pass of the Lower Yukon River by Molly Hymes at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : Publication Consultants.
Paddling the Yukon River and its Tributaries covers more than 4, miles of watery trail. The Yukon, Tanana, Porcupine, Koyukuk, and The Lower Yukon River.
book Rivers are the five longest rivers in Alaska, extending into the Yukon Territory. This water flows freely, almost entirely undammed. Salmon surge against current. Moose, bears, and wolves wander the s: 4) River of Doubt | By Candice Millard.
Teddy Roosevelt led a remarkable life, but perhaps none of his accomplishments were quite as harrowing as the story told in this national bestselling book. After losing his bid for presidency, Roosevelt attempted the first descent of a mile tributary of the Amazon called the River of Doubt.
The Yukon River (Gwich'in: Ųųg Han or Yuk Han, Yup'ik: Kuigpak, Inupiaq: Kuukpak, Southern Tutchone: Chu Nìikwän) is a major watercourse of northwestern North river's source is in British Columbia, Canada, from which it flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory (itself named after the river).
The lower half of the river lies in the U.S. state of : Bering Sea. Koyukon (also called Denaakk'e) is the geographically most widespread Athabascan language spoken in Alaska.
The Athabaskan language is spoken along the Koyukuk and the middle Yukon River in western interior Alaska. Inthe language had approximately speakers, who were generally older adults bilingual in total Koyukon ethnic population was 2, "Kings of the Yukon" follows the author on an epic mile canoe trip from a head-water of the Yukon River to the mouth of the river during a summer.
The theme of the book mostly involves the King or Chinook Salmon and its life-cycle and recent decrease/5(45). Our favorite guidebooks are those written by Mike Rourke, such as “Yukon River, Marsh Lake to Dawson City” ($Available from Yukon Books or Mac’s Fireweed Books on Main Street in Whitehorse).
This local author has paddled hundreds, if not thousands of miles of rivers in the Yukon and has an extensive series of river guides. Beaver River: Explore Secret Waterways The Beaver River is a hidden gem in the Yukon’s remote northeastern corner.
It is a true wilderness river: a place of deep quiet, clear water, abundant fish and wildlife, and views of the rugged Nadaleen Range. Operated on the Koyukuk River and Lower Yukon River. Gone after 1st Koyukuk: U.S.A. # Portland, Oregon Joseph Supple feet Owned by Northern Navigation Co.
Stranded at Little Delta, Alaska, on the Upper Tanana River in - Koyukuk was derived from a. Steamboats on the Yukon River played a role in the development of Alaska and to the interior of Alaska and Yukon was hindered by large mountains and distance, but the wide Yukon River provided a feasible route.
The first steamers on the lower Yukon River were work boats for the Collins Overland Telegraph in orwith a small steamer called Wilder. Get this from a library.
Iñuksuk: Northern Koyukon, Gwich'in & Lower Tanana, [Adeline Peter Raboff] -- The history of the Northern Koyukon, Western Gwich'in and Lower Tanana was kept by storytellers for over a hundred and fifty years.
This is a fascinating account of. eatsalaska: “ Strips “Keyes Fish Camp, Lower Yukon River, Alaska. King salmon is prepared in this manner by Yup’ik Eskimos at family fish camps along the River. It is shown here drying. From here it. Get this from a library. Cooperative salmon drift gillnet test fishing in the lower Yukon River, fall [Matt Fox; Steve J Hayes; Alaska.
Division of Sport Fish.; Alaska. Division of Commercial Fisheries.] -- The Lower Yukon River drift gillnet test fish program is designed to assess the run timing and relative abundance of fall chum, Oncorhynchus keta, and coho, O. kisutch, salmon. The greatest distance one can travel is about miles from its headwaters to the town of Fort Yukon along the Yukon River and takes up to 18 days.
This upper section is suitable for canoes and kayaks only. A more common trip is from one of the mid-river lakes where a floatplane can take you in to start anywhere from a mile to a mile trip.
Board of Fisheries Proposal Book View Complete Proposal Book as PDF. Manage the personal use dip net fishery on the lower Kenai River subject to achieving the inriver goal: Nathan Hoff: Upper Cook Inlet Finfish.
Upper Cook Inlet Finfish» Kenai River Late-Run. FAIRBANKS — On a sunny day in late July, an unusual entourage of four inflatable boats arrived at the landing in Kaltag, a community of about people on Alaska’s lower Yukon River.Briefly describes 56 of the most common flowers you might find along Yukon's roads and highways.
Full colour images and interesting information about each is also included.Learn about the heritage and historic sites found along the Yukon River with this illustrated introduction.
This booklet should not be used for navigation purposes.