Anna's Athabaskan Summer

Anna's Athabaskan Summer

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A young Athabaskan girl and her family make the annual return to their summer fish camp where they prepare for the long winter ahead.

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Anna, her mother, and her grandmother spend the summer at the family's isolated fish camp, where they catch and smoke salmon and gather berries for winter
The everyday lives of the Athabaskan Indians come to life in the story of Anna's family and their annual journey to a salmon fish camp as they remember the ways of their people by listening to Grandmother's wise words.

Publisher: Honesdale, PA Boyds Mills Press 1995
ISBN: 9781563972324
Characteristics: 1v
Additional Contributors: Ragins, Charles


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Apr 05, 2014

Enjoyed the story and the illustrations

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