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Zorro Bradley, Part 2
Zorro Bradley

This is the continuation of an interview with Zorro Bradley on September 27, 1991 by William Schneider and Dan O'Neill in Fairbanks, Alaska. In this second part of a two part interview, Zorro talks about Alaska Native people and the continuation of the subsistence lifestyle, and National Park Service policies toward subsistence.

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Archive #: Oral History 91-22-22

Project: Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve
Date of Interview: Sep 27, 1991
Narrator(s): Zorro Bradley
Interviewer(s): Dan O'Neill, Bill Schneider
Location of Interview:
Funding Partners:
National Park Service
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1) The idea of historical use versus the idea that subsistence is a dynamic lifestyle that moves people across areas

2) What he thinks still needs to be done in the future

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Section 1: subsistence - future of\ Trans-Alaska pipeline - impact\ population pressure\ subsistence - Native use\ river people - attrition\ National Park Service - subsistence policy|

Section 2: native ownership\ St. Larwence Island\ artifacts\ Cooperative Park Studies Unit closing\ funding\ contracts|