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Yup'ik people from the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta historically traveled long distances to fish, hunt, and trap, using tundra networks of waterways, land trails, and portages to access seasonal camps. The three trails and associated features outlined here were described by Joe Demantle, Sr. and John Napoka in Tuluksak during the week of September 21-25, 2004.

All the maps in this project were compiled by Robert Drozda and Vernon Chimegalrea from information provided by Lower Kuskokwim Yup’ik elders in 1988.
AHP CPSU and ANCSA 14(h)(1) Historical and Cemetery Sites Collection [ANCSA Project] in the Rasmuson Library Archives.


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