Records/Reports/Speeches

Alaska Federation of Natives. (1989, January). The AFN Report on the Status of Alaska Natives: A Call for Action. Anchorage: Alaska Federation of Natives.
A report on the social issues facing Alaska Native communities.

Arnold, R. (1969). Characteristics of the Economy of Village Alaska. Twentieth Alaska Science Conference. College: University of Alaska.

Chance, N. (1969). Directed Change and Northern Peoples: Suggested Changes in Light of Past Experience. Twentieth Alaska Science Conference. College: University of Alaska.

Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. (1985).The Central Council 50 Years: Commemorating the Jurisdictional Act June 19, 1935. Juneau.

Grabinska, K. (1983). History of Events Leading to the Passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. Fairbanks: Tanana Chiefs Conference.

Kruse, J. A. (1984). Changes in the Well Being of Alaska Natives Since ANCSA. Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions. Anchorage: University of Alaska, Institute of Social and Economic Research.

Laster, M., Walker, B. (Directors). (1986). The Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act. Teacher’s Guide: Instructional Series. Juneau: Alaska Department of Education, Office of Instructional Services. Online: http://www.alaskool.org/native_ed/curriculum/nwabsd_ancsa/acknowledg.htm#top

McDowell Group. (2001). Alaska Native Education Study: A Statewide Study of Alaska Native Values and Opinions Regarding Education in Alaska. Anchorage: First Alaskans Foundation.

Morehouse, T. (1988). The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 1991, and Tribal Government. Anchorage: University of Alaska, Institute of Social and Economic Research. ISER Occasional Paper No. 19.
A historical document introducing ANCSA issues.

Ongtooguk, P. (1986). The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: Selected Readings. Kotzebue: Northwest Arctic Borough School District.