Alaska History: An Annotated Bibliography

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Marvin W. Falk
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006 - Всего страниц: 371
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Marvin W. Falk offers a systemic and select listing of just over 3,000 publications on the history of Alaska, published from the 18th century to early 2004. Early explorations were conducted by nationals from several nations, and the results were published in Russian, German, French, Spanish, and English. Many of these foreign language accounts have been published in translation and are included in the bibliography.

This bibliography covers a wide span of Alaskan history including historical literature from:

  • Discovery in 1741
  • The Russian period ending in 1867
  • The U.S. territorial period ending with statehood in 1959
  • The oil boom

 

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1 Environment
1
2 Prehistory
5
3 Alaska Natives
11
4 Russian America
39
B The Exploration of Russian America
45
C Government and Society in Russian America
87
D Russian American Education and Health
99
Religion
101
G Religion
197
H Biography and Autobiography
209
I War and Diplomacy
243
J Mining and the Gold Rush
257
K Local and Regional History
277
2 Interior Alaska
278
3 Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound
281
4 Northern Alaska
283

F Russian American Biography
105
War and Diplomacy
113
H Sale of Alaska to the United States
117
5 United States Era
123
B Exploration and Travel Accounts
131
C Government and Politics
145
D Commerce and Industry
163
E Transportation and Communication
173
F Education Society and Health
185
5 South Central Alaska
284
6 Southeast Alaska
286
7 Western Alaska
291
6 Atlases Map Literature and Gazetteers
293
7 Bibliographies and Indexes
301
8 Selected Manuscript Guides and Descriptions
315
Author Index
323
Subject Index
349
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Professor Emeritus Marvin W. Falk is semi-retired from the University of Alaska Fairbanks where he continues to edit his Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series for the University of Alaska Press. Trained in the history of Europe, he came to UAF to work as a bibliographer, developing the university library's special collection on Alaska and the Polar Regions and teaching courses in history and northern studies. He later became Curator of Rare Books and began publishing a series of historical reference works on Alaska, including articles, cartobibliographies, and scholarly translations. He is a past president of the Alaska Historical Society.

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