Newspapers & Periodicals
Anders, G. (1983). The Role of Alaska Native Corporations in the Development of Alaska. Development and Change, 14(4).
Anders, G. (1980). Theories of Underdevelopment and the American Indian. Journal of Economic Issues, XIV(3).
Barsh, R. L. (1984). The International Legal Status of Native Alaska. Alaska Native News, 2(4): 35.
Brady, J. (1967). Native Land Claims. Review of Business and Economic Conditions, IV(6).
Branson, D. M. (1979). Square Pegs in Round Holes: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Corporations Under Corporate Law. UCLA Alaska Law Review, 8(2): 103-38.
Bronson, R. M. (1995). Great Documents in American Indian History. Shall We Repeat Indian History in Alaska: Speech to the Annual Meeting of the Indian Rights Association, January 23, 1947.Cambridge: Da Capo Press.
Burch, E. S., Jr. (1979). Native Claims in Alaska: An Overview. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 3(1): 7-30.
Burch, E. S., Jr. (1994). The Inupiat and the Christianization of Arctic, Alaska. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 18(1-2): 81-108.
Chance, N. (1964). The Changing Role of Government Among the North Alaskan Eskimo. Arctic Anthropology, 2(2).
Colt, S. (1991). Financial Performance of Native Regional Corporations. Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions, XXXVII(2).
Cooley, R. A. (1983). Evolution of Alaska Land Policy. In Morehouse, T., Ed., Alaskan Resources Development: Issues of the 1980s. Boulder: Westview Press: 13-49.
Drucker, P. (1958). The Native Brotherhoods: Modern Intertribal Organizations on the Northwest Coast. Smithsonian Institute, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, 168.
Erwin, A. (1976). The Emergence of Native Alaskan Political Capacity, 1959-1971. Musk Ox, 19: 3-14.
Flanders, N. E. (1989). The Alaska Native Corporation as Conglomerate: The Problem of Profitability. Human Organization, 48(4).
Garber, B. K. (1985). 1991: Balancing Individual and Group Rights After ANCSA. Alaska Native News, 2: 21.
Haycox, S. (1986). William Paul Sr., and the Alaska Voter’s Literacy Act of 1925. Alaska History, 2(2).
Hensley, W. (1970). Arctic Development and the Future of Eskimo Societies. Indian Truth, 47: 1-8.
Karpoff, J. M. & E. M. Rice. (1989). Organizational Form, Share Transferability, and Firm Performance: Evidence from the ANCSA Corporations. Journal of Financial Economics, 25.
Karpoff, J. M. & E. M. Rice. (1992). Structure and Performance of Alaska Native Corporations. Contemporary Policy Issues, X(3).
Naske, C. (1991). Ernest Gruening and Alaska Native Claims. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 82:140-148.
Parfit, M. (1981). Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Magazine, 12: 30-39.
Paul, W. L. (1984, August). We Own the Land: Statement by William L. Paul, Sr. to the AFN Board of Directors, Alaska Federation of Natives’ Convention, Fairbanks, Alaska, October 1971. Alaska Native New Magazine, 18.
Snipp, M. C. (1986, April). The Changing Political and Economic Status of American Indians: From Captive Nations to Internal Colonies. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 45(2).
Upicksoun, J. (1984). Why the Arctic Slope Inupiat Said No to ANCSA, Letter to the President of the United States, December 18, 1971 from Joseph Upicksoun, President, Arctic Slope Native Association. Alaska Native News, 2: 16.
Winter, J. A. (1999). Between Worlds: How the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act reshaped the destinies of Alaska’s Native people. A Juneau Empire Special Report. Retrieved from http://www.juneauempire.com/