Kenai Fjords
A Stern and Rock-Bound Coast: Historic Resource Study
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I. Archival Collections

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

"Cook Inlet Annual Management Report," various issues.
"Game Harvest/Misc." binder.
"Marine Mammals" binder.

Alaska State Archives

RG 01 (Office of the Governor), Series 88, File NR-1, 1975.

RG 03, Cook Inlet Case Records, 1960s-1970s, Cook Inlet Fisheries, Box V-29, DeArmond Research Material.

National Archives, Anchorage, Alaska

Alaska Road Commission (RG 30), Bureau of Public Roads, Program Planning and Research Correspondence, Box 21 (McPherson Road File) and Box 36 (SP-1 Seldovia-Nuka Bay File).

Bureau of Cmcl. Fisheries/Nat. Marine Fisheries Service (RG 370):
  Fisheries District Annual Reports, ca. 1925-56, Boxes 6-9.
  Director's Correspondence, 1944-79, Box 19.
  Miscellaneous Files, ca. 1960s, Bureau of Fisheries Annual Report Files.

Bureau of Indian Affairs (RG 75), Juneau Area Office, Village Census Rolls, 1935-1966, Census of 1938-40 for English Bay (Box 178) and Port Graham (Box 208).

National Park Service (RG 79):
  ANILCA Collection, KEFJ Keyman Files.
  National Natural Landmark Files.

National Resources Planning Board (RG 187), Box 26, "Seward Programming" file.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (RG 77), Military Site Aperture Cards.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (RG 22), Fisheries Research Data Files, 1904-1960, Cook Inlet Stream Improvement Files.

War Assets Administration (RG 270), Regional Director's office, Alaska Region (Region 37), Real Property Disposal Case Files, 1944-49.

National Archives, Washington, D.C.

RG 23 Coast and Geodetic Survey Series 102. Ships' Records "McArthur," Box 2024.

RG 23 Records of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, Entry 22, Superintendents File, 1866-1905 Item. 10, George Davidson, 1866-1869, Boxes 504A and 504B.

RG 23 Records of the Lighthouse Service (District 16), 1910-1938.

RG 29 Bureau of the Census, Records for 1890, vol. 81; Log Book for Frank Lowell, Special Agent, District #2.

National Archives, Western National Records Center, San Bruno, Calif.

RG 338, Box 373, Historical Reports, Alaska Department.

National Park Service, Alaska Support Office (NPS-AKSO), Anchorage Mining Inventory Program Collection, RCR.

National Park Service, Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward

History Files.
Keyman File.
NASA Flight Information File.

Northwestern University Archives, Evanston, Ill.

Ulysses S. Grant Collection.

Resurrection Bay Historical Society, Seward

Fort Voskresenskii Research File.

Seward Public Library

Seward Chamber of Commerce Collection.
Swetmann Report File.

State Historic Preservation Office, Anchorage

Alaska Heritage Resources Survey.

State Recorder's Office, Seward

Deeds Registers.
Fur Farming Leases.
Mining Claim Notices.

U.S. Forest Service, Chugach National Forest office, Anchorage

Archeological Reconnaissance Reports.
Public Use Permits File.

U.S. Geological Survey, Anchorage, Technical Data Unit

Surveyors' Field Notes

University of Alaska Anchorage

Alaska History Research Project, Documents Relative to the History of Alaska, Records: 1878-1937.

Russian Orthodox American Messenger. Alaska Index Project, 1896-1973.

Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church in America. Diocese of Alaska. Records: 1733-1938. Kenai Mission.

Skinner Collection, Robert C. Heath Manuscript.

University of Alaska Fairbanks, The Elmer E. Ramuson Library

Alaska Commercial Company Records, Kodiak District, English Bay Station, Boxes 8, 9, and 10.

Brown and Hawkins Corporation Records, 1906-1956, Box 4.

Oral History Division, taped interviews with Ben Faust, Pat Williams, and Martin Goresen.

University of California Berkeley, Bancroft Library, Manuscript Division

George Davidson, 1825-1911, Correspondence and Papers ca. 1845-1911, Box 25.

Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection, Pictorial Western Americana.

Neue nordische Beyt rage manuscript, vol. 6.

IIa. Government Reports (Federal)

Alaska Planning Group, Proposed Harding Icefield-Kenai Fjords National Monument, Alaska, Final Environmental Statement (Washington, NPS), 1975.

______, Harding Icefield-Kenai Fjords National Monument, Alaska; A Master Plan, December 1973.

Alaska Power Administration, Water Power Aspects of the National Conservation System Study Areas Under Section 17(d)(2) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, July 1973.

"Alaska Road Commission, First Annual Report, 1905," in Annual Report of the War Department for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1905, 59th Congress, 1st Session, House Document No. 2.Annual Report of the Department of the Interior for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1903 (Washington, U.S. GPO), 1903.

Ashbrook, Frank G. and Ernest P. Walker, "Blue Fox Farming in Alaska," U.S. Department of Agriculture Department Bulletin No. 1350 (Washington), October 1925.

Bailey, Edgar P., "Breeding Seabird Distribution and Abundance Along the South Side of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," unpub. mss., National Park Service/Fish and Wildlife Service, December 1976, at ARLIS.

Bean, Tarleton, "The Fishery Resources of Alaska," in U.S. Commission on Fish and Fisheries, The Fisheries and Fishery Industries of the United States, edited by George Brown Goode (Washington, GPO), 1887.

Brooks, Alfred H., Geography and Geology of Alaska, USGS Professional Paper No. 45 (Washington, DC, GPO), 1906.

Bureau of Indian Affairs, ANCSA Office, Anchorage, Report of Investigations for Chugach Alaska Corporation, Volumes 1 and 3 (Anchorage, the author), 1991.

Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, "Recreational Management Plan, Kenai National Moose Range, Kenai, Alaska" (FWLB 1134), February 4, 1960.

______, "Kenai Wilderness Proposal, Kenai National Moose Range, Alaska," April 1971.

Bush, James D., Jr., Narrative Report of Alaska Construction, 1941-1944 (Anchorage?, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers), 1944.

Chief of the Foreign Law Section, Law Library of the Library of Congress, Russian Administration of Alaska and the Status of the Alaskan Natives, 81st Congress, Senate Document No. 152 (Washington, GPO), 1950.

Cobb, John N., The Commercial Fisheries of Alaska in 1905, Bureau of Fisheries Document 603 (Washington, GPO), 1906.

Cobb, John N., "Pacific Salmon Fisheries," Appendix XIII to the Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries for 1930, 4th edition (Washington, GPO), 1930.

Cox, Doak C., "Introduction," in Committee on the Alaska Earthquake of the Division of Earth Sciences, National Research Council, The Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964; Oceanography and Coastal Engineering (Washington, National Academy of Sciences), 1972.

Dall, William H., "Report on Coal and Lignite of Alaska," in the Seventeenth Annual Report of the USGS, 1895-96, Part I (Washington, GPO, 1896), 763-875.

Dall, W. H., and Marcus Baker, "Coast and Islands of Alaska," Appendix I, in U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Pacific Coast Pilot, second series, (Washington, GPO, 1879), 225-374.

Elliott, Henry W., A Report Upon the Condition of Affairs in the Territory of Alaska (Washington, Government Printing Office), 1875.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Bradley Lake Project, FERC #8221, Alaska, Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, September 1985.

Field, William O., Jr., "Glacialogical Research in Alaska," in Science in Alaska: Selected Papers of the Conference of the National Academy of Sciences (Washington, National Research Council), 1950.

"Fort Raymond, Seward, A History," in Historical Reports, Alaska Department, Vol. 2, p. 1, in Box 373, RG 338, Western National Records Center, NARA.

Gilbert, Grove K., Glaciers and Glaciation, Vol. III Harriman Alaska Series, reprint ed. (New York, Kraus Reprint Co.), 1972.

Glenn, Capt. Edwin F., Report on Explorations in Alaska: Cook Inlet, Susitna, Copper and Tanana Rivers (Washington, GPO), 1899.

Golovin, Lt. Capt. Paulus N., Survey of Russian Colonies in North America, U.S. House of Representatives, 40th Congress, 2nd Session, Executive Document No. 177 (February, 1868), 1-112.

Grant, U. S., "The Southeastern Coast of Kenai Peninsula," in USGS Bulletin 587 (1915), 209-38.

Grant, U. S., and D. F. Higgins, Preliminary Report on the Mineral Resources of the Southern Part of Kenai Peninsula, in USGS Bulletin 442-D (Washington, GPO, 1910), 166-78.

Grant, U. S., and D. F. Higgins, Jr., Reconnaissance of the Geology and Mineral Resources of Prince William Sound, Alaska, USGS Bulletin 443 (Washington, GPO), 1910.

Grant, U. S., and D. F. Higgins, Jr., Coastal Glaciers of Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USGS Bulletin 526 (Washington, GPO), 1913.

Grantz, Arthur, George Plafker, and Reuben Kachadoorian, Alaska's Good Friday Earthquake, March 27, 1964; A Preliminary Geologic Evaluation, USGS Circular 491 (Washington, GPO), 1964.

Guild, Philip W., Chromite Deposits of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USGS Bulletin 931-G (Washington, GPO), 1942.

Hodge, Frederick Webb, Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian (Washington, Government Printing Office), 1880.

Johnson, F. A., "Waterpower Resources of the Bradley River Basin, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," USGS Water-Supply Paper 1610-A (Washington, GPO), 1961.

Jones, E. Lester, Bureau of Fisheries, Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914 (Washington, GPO), 1915.

Learnard, Lt. H. G., "A Trip from Portage Bay to Turnagain Arm and Up the Sushitna,"in Report on Explorations in Alaska (Washington, GPO, 1899), 650-51.

Martin, G. C., "The Alaska Mining Industry in 1918," in G. C. Martin, et al., Mineral Resources in Alaska, 1918, USGS Bulletin 712 (Washington, GPO, 1920), 34.

Martin, G. C., B. L. Johnson, and U. S. Grant, Geology and Mineral Resources of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, USGS Bulletin 587 (Washington, GPO), 1915.

Mendenhall, Walter C., "A Reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska in 1898," in Explorations in Alaska in 1898, U.S. Geological Survey Annual Report 1898-99 (Washington, GPO, 1900), Part VII, pp. 265-340.

Moffit, Fred H., Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1925, USGS Bulletin 792 (Washington, GPO), 1927.

Moore, David E. (NPS), "Statement for Management, Kenai Fjords National Park," December 1982.

National Park Service, Draft Resource Management Plan and Environmental Assessment, Kenai Fjords National Park, n.d. (September 1982).

______, Environmental Assessment, Harding Icefield Tours Concession Permit, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska, December 1988.

______, Environmental Assessment and Draft Development Concept Plan, Kenai Fjords National Park, Exit Glacier Area, Alaska (Denver, the author), September 1981.

______, General Management Plan, Kenai Fjords National Park (Denver, the author), July 1984.

National Resources Planning Board, Alaska Office, "City of Seward, Survey of Conditions and Suggestions for a Public Improvement Pro gram," unpub. mss., May 1942.

Orth, Donald J., Dictionary of Alaska Place Names (Washington, Government Printing Office), 1971.

Peterson, Steve, and Mary Tidlow, Historic Structures Report, Placer Creek Cabin, Kenai Fjords National Park (draft) (Anchorage, NPS), October 1997.

Petroff, Ivan, Report on the Population, Industries, and Resources of Alaska, Reprinted from U.S. Tenth Census, Reports [1880] (Washington, U.S. Census Office), 1884.

Plafker, George, Tectonics of the March 27, 1964 Alaska Earthquake, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 543-I (Washington, GPO), 1970.

Porter, Robert P., Report on Population and Resources of Alaska, Eleventh U.S. Census (Washington, GPO), 1893.

Post, Austin, Effects of the March 1964 Alaska Earthquake on Glaciers, USGS Professional Paper 544-D (Washington, GPO), 1967.

Post, Austin, and Laurence R. Mayo, Glacier Dammed Lakes and Outburst Floods in Alaska, USGS Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-455 (Washington, GPO), 1972.

"Report of George Davidson Relative to the Resources and the Coast Features of Alaska Territory," Annual Report of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1867 (House Executive Document 275, 40th Congress, 2nd Session), 187-329.

Reynolds, Georgeanne Lewis, An Archeological Reconnaissance of the West Side of the Resurrection River Valley, Kenai Fjords National Park, 1983, NPS Research/Resources Management Report AR-13 (Anchorage, NPS), October 1987.

Rich, Willis H., and Edward M. Ball, Statistical Review of the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, Part H: Chignik to Resurrection Bay, Bureau of Fisheries Document 1102 (Washington, GPO, 1931), 643-712.

Richter, Donald H., "Geology and Lode-Gold Deposits of the Nuka Bay Area, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," USGS Professional Paper 625-B, 1970.

Roehm, J. C., "Summary Report of Investigations in the Nuka Bay District, Kenai Precinct, July 18 to 28, 1941," U.S. Bureau of Mines, Report IR 104-2, 1941.

______, "Summary Report of Mining Investigations in the Bethel, Otter, Innoko and Kenai Precincts and Itinerary, August 19 to September 5, 1940," U.S. Bureau of Mines Report IR 195-29, 1940.

Schaaf, Jeanne, Report on the Denton Collection, revised edition (Anchorage, National Park Service), 1989.

Shepard, J. G., "The Nuka Bay Mining District, Kenai Precinct," U.S. Bureau of Mines report MR 104-1, September 1925.

Shields, Harvey M., "Historic Mining Site Evaluation in Kenai Fjords National Monument, 1983," in Mining Inventory Program Collection, AKSO-RCR.

Skud, Bernard E., Henry M. Sakuda and Gerald M. Reid, Statistics of the Alaska Herring Fishery, 1878-1956, USF&WS Statistical Digest 48 (Washington, GPO), 1960.

Sloan, Charles E., Water Resources and Hydrologic Hazards of the Exit Glacier Area near Seward, Alaska, USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report 85-4247 (Anchorage), 1985.

Smith, Philip S., Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1924, USGS Bulletin 783 (Washington, GPO), 1926.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1926, USGS Bulletin 797 (Washington, GPO), 1929.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1928, USGS Bulletin 813 (Washington, GPO), 1930.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1929, USGS Bulletin 824 (Washington, GPO), 1932.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1930, USGS Bulletin 836(Washington, GPO), 1931.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1931, USGS Bulletin 844-A (Washington, GPO), 1933.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1932, USGS Bulletin 857 (Washington, GPO), 1934.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1933, USGS Bulletin 864-A (Washington, GPO), 1934.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1934, USGS Bulletin 868-A (Washington, GPO), 1936.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1936, USGS Bulletin 897 (Washington, GPO), 1938.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1937, USGS Bulletin 910-A (Washington, GPO, 1939.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1938, USGS Bulletin 917-A (Washington, GPO, 1939.

______, Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1939, USGS Bulletin 926-A (Washington, GPO, 1941.

______, Mineral Resources in Alaska, 1940, USGS Bulletin 933-A(Washington, GPO), 1942.

Spude, Catherine Holder, et al., Father Turnell's Trash Pit, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska; Archeological Investigations in Skagway, Alaska, Volume 4 (Denver, NPS), August 1993.

Stanley, Kirk W., Effects of the Alaska Earthquake of March 27, 1964 on Shore Processes and Beach Morphology, USGS Professional Paper 543-J (Washington, GPO), 1968.

Tornfelt, Evert T. and Michael Burwell, Shipwrecks of the Alaska Shelf and Shore (Anchorage, Minerals Management Service), 1992.

Townsend, Harry H., "Brief Narrative Report on Prospects in Alaska Examined in 1924," U.S. Bureau of Mines Report IR- 195-47, at ARLIS.

U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey, "Island Blue Fox Ranchers of Alaska, Stocked January 1,1923," unpub. mss., June 1923, AHL.

U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, Alaska Fishery and Fur-Seal Industries, 1917 through 1939 issues.

______, "Central District [Prince William Sound] Annual Report," 1924 through 1939 issues.

______, "Cook Inlet Annual Report," 1924 through 1939 issues.

______, "Cook Inlet Stream Improvement" files, in Boxes 14-17, Fisheries Research Data Files, 1904-1960, RG 22, NARA ANC.

U.S. Census, Fourteenth Census of Population, Alaska (1920), raw data, in Microfilm Roll S 360, NARA ANC.

U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States Coast Pilot, Alaska; Part II, Yakutat Bay to Arctic Ocean, 1st through 5th editions (1916-1947).

______, United States Coast Pilot 9, Alaska, Cape Spencer to Arctic Ocean, 6th through 13th editions (1954-1987).

U.S. Coast Guard, Light List, Volume HI: Pacific Coast and Pacific Islands (Washington, GPO), various years, 1940-1988.

U.S. Congress, Annual Report of the Department of the Interior; Report of the Secretary of the Interior, Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, 58th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representative Document No. 5 (Washington, GPO, 1903), 283.

______, Hydroelectric Requirements and Resources in Alaska; Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, U.S. Senate, 86th Congress, 2nd Session (Washington, GPO), 1961.

______, "Report of the Special Agent for the Protection of the Alaska Salmon Fisheries," U.S. Senate Hearing, June 24, 1900 (56th Congress, 1st Session, Document 153), 57.

U.S. Department of Commerce and Labor, Report of the Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey (Washington, GPO), 1907.

U.S. Department of the Interior, Annual Report of the Governor of Alaska (Washington, GPO), editions of 1900, 1917, and 1919.

______, Secretary's Issue Document and Alaska National Interest Lands Resource Analyses, unpub. mss., 1978, in AKSO-RCR Collection.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Fishery and Fur-Seal Industries, 1940 through 1956 issues.

______, "Central District [Prince William Sound] Annual Report," 1940 through 1959 issues.

______, "Cook Inlet Annual Report," 1940 through 1959 issues.

______, "Kenai National Moose Range" photo booklet (FWLB 1056), n.d (c. 1971).

______, "A Special Report on Fishery Resources of the Kenai Peninsula, Territory of Alaska," February 1957, at ARLIS.

U.S. Lighthouse Service, Local Light List, Washington to Alaska (Washington, GPO), various years, 1920-1938

.U.S. Senate, Compilation of Federal Laws Relating to the Conservation and Development of Our Nation's Fish and Wildlife Resources, 89th Congress, 1st Session (Washington, GPO), 1965.

Unrau, Harlan, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Historic Resource Study (Anchorage, NPS), 1994.

Williss, G. Frank, "Do Things Right the First Time": The National Park Service and the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of 1980 (Denver, NPS), September 1985.

Wilson, Basil W., and Alf Torum, "Runup Heights of the Major Tsunami on North American Coasts," in Committee on the Alaska Earthquake of the Division of Earth Sciences, National Research Council, The Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964; Oceanography and Coastal Engineering (Washington, National Academy of Sciences, 1972), 158-80, at ARLIS.

Witten, James W., Report on the Agricultural Prospects, Natives, Salmon Fisheries, Coal Prospects and Development, and Timber and Lumber Interests of Alaska, 1903 (Washington, Government Printing Office), 1904.

IIb. NPS Contract Reports and Other Unpublished Reports

"Areas of Conflict, Questions and Answers on Kenai Fjords," [probably written by Donald Follows/NPS), c. 1977.

Bailey, Alfred M., "Notes on Game Conditions in Alaska," unpub. mss., 1921.

Beck, John, "Report on Cultural Resources on the Resurrection River near Seward," unpub. BLM mss., October 25, 1978.

Betts, Robert C., Christopher B. Wooley, Charles M. Mobley, James C. Haggerty, and Aron Crowell, Site Protection and Oil Spill Treatment at SEL-188: An Archeological Site in Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska (Anchorage, Exxon Shipping Co.), 1991.

Black, Lydia T. and Dominique Desson. Early Russian Contact, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 191 (Anchorage, the Commission), 1986.

DeArmond, Robert N., "The Cook Inlet Fishing Industry" [1969], p. 6, in DeArmond Research Material file #11, Cook Inlet Fisheries, Box V-29, Record Group 03, Cook Inlet Case Records, 1960s-1970s, ASA.

DeArmond, Robert N., "Fur Trails to Cook Inlet," unpub. mss., n.d., at AHL.

DeArmond, Robert N., "Gold on Cook Inlet," unpub. mss., n.d., at AHL.

Doroshin, Lt. Petr, "A Russian Engineer Prospected for Gold in Russian America 1848-1858," unpub. mss., c. 1940, at ARLIS.

Evans, Sheila T., "An Historical View of Selected Alaskan Natural Resources," Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 48 (Anchorage, the Commission), February 1981.

Faust, Nina, unpublished journal, July 1976.

Follows, Donald S., "The Role of Nuka Island in a Kenai Fjords National Park Proposal," unpub. mss., December 12, 1977.

Forbes, Robert B., and David B. Stone, Proposed Geological Natural Landmarks and Themes for the Pacific Mountain System, Alaska, Part I, prepared for the Division of Natural Landmarks, NPS (Fairbanks, UAF Geophysical Institute), 1985.

Haggerty, James C., Christopher B. Wooley, Jon M. Erlandson, and Aron Crowell, The 1990 Exxon Cultural Resource Program-Site Protection and Maritime Cultural Ecology in Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska (Anchorage, Alaska Exxon Shipping Company and Exxon Company), 1991.

Harvey, Sir Robert, Five Weeks in Alaska; Diary of a Trip to the Kenai Peninsula, September, 1913, unpub. mss., at PABC.

Hassen, Harold, The Effect of European and American Contact on the Chugach Eskimo of Prince William Sound, Alaska, 1741-1930, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1978.

Hassen, Harold, Chugach Acculturation—An Ethnohistoric Approach, unpublished M.S. thesis, Wichita State University, August 1974.

Heath, Robert C., "Nuka Bay Mining District," unpub. mss., May 1932, in Skinner Collection, UAF.

Hogg, Robert F., Ambition and Ability; A History of the Moran Brothers Company, with an Emphasis on its Role in the Klondike Gold Rush, unpub. mss., Seattle-Pacific University, July 28, 1986.

Irick, Frank, Van Gilder Hotel (Seward) National Register Nomination, April 15, 1968, unpub. mss. on file at the Alaska Office of History and Archaeology.

Janson, Lone, Those Alaska Blues; a Fox Tale, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History 168 (Anchorage, the Commission), 1985.

Johnson, B. L., Field Note Book for Kenai Peninsula, 1911, #387, USGS Library, Anchorage.

Klein, Janet, A History of Kachemak Bay, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 53 (Anchorage, the Commission), 1982.

Kostrometinoff, George, "The First-Born of the Alaskan Forests," typescript, February 11,1909, Sitka, Alaska, in Resurrection Bay Historical Society Archives.

Little, Arthur D., Inc., Feasibility of a Commercial Sea Lion Operation in Alaska, Bureau of Indian Affairs study (n.p., the author), May 1964.

Makinen, Hugo L., "Alaska's First Coal Mine and the Man Who Opened It," typescript, at Alaska Historical Library.

Marcotte, James R., "Physiographic Aspects of the Chugach Eskimo Settlement Pattern," prepared for the Second Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks, San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 26-30, 1979.

Mobley, Charles M., et al., The 1989 Exxon Valdez Cultural Resource Program (Anchorage, Exxon Shipping Co.), 1990.

Moerlein, George A., "Mining Claim Appraisals: Proposed Harding Icefield- Kenai Fjords National Monument," Contract No. 8000-6-0038 (typescript), July 1976, in AKSO-RCR files.

Murphy, Edward C., and A. Anne Hoover, "Research Study of the Reactions of Wildlife to Boating Activity Along the Kenai Fjords Coastline," Alaska CPSU, Biological and Resource Management Program, UAF, final report to NPS, September 1981, at ARLIS.

Nelson, Kristel, "'Herring Pete' Sather, An Alaskan Fishing Legend," unpub. mss., 1994, at Seward Public Library.Nishkian, B. L., Recreational Development Potential of the Harding Icefield, Seward, Alaska, as a Year-Round Sports and Scenic Area, November 5, 1975.

Norris, Frank, Gawking at the Midnight Sun; The Tourist in Early Alaska, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 170 (Anchorage, the Commission), June 1985.

Palmer, L. J., "Kenai Peninsula Moose, Alaska, Research Project Report," May-June-July 1939, at ARLIS.

Rice, Bud, "Changes in the Harding Icefield, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," unpub. M.S. thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1987.

Sarafian, Winston Lee, Russian-American Company Employee Policies and Practices 1799-1867, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California Los Angeles, 1970.

Schmidt, Ruth A. M., "Evaluation of Harding and Sargent Ice Fields, Alaska, for Eligibility for Registered Natural National Landmarks," January 20, 1969.

Smith, Barabara Sweetland and Anne C. Sudkamp, compilers, Alaska Names and Places in the Russian Orthodox American Messenger, 1896-1973 (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Commission), June 1985.

Spencer, David L., Claus M. Naske, and John Carnahan, "National Wildlife Refuges of Alaska, a Historical Perspective," unpub. mss., January 1979, at ARLIS.

Tchitchinoff, Zakahar, Adventures of Zakahar Tchitchinoff: An Employee of the Russian American Company, 1802-1878, as dictated to Ivan Petroff, Kodiak, unpublished mss., Bancroft Library, U.C. Berkeley.

Troyer, Will, "Moose Management on the Kenai National Moose Range" (FWLB 0519) n.d. (c. 1958), at ARLIS.

Vincent, Amy C., "The Harding Ice Field Development" (Swetmann Project), unpub. mss., 1995, at Seward Public Library.

Wooley, Christopher, Final Report of the Exxon Cultural Resource Program, unpub. mss., c. 1992.

IIc. Government Reports (Territorial, State, or Municipal)

Alaska Department of Fish and Game, "Annual Management Report, Cook Inlet-Resurrection Bay Area" (also known as "Cook Inlet Annual Management Report"), 1960 through 1995 issues.

______, Annual Report (Juneau, the author), issues of 1957 and 1958.

______, "Annual Report of Survey and Inventory Activities, Part II: Caribou, Brown Bear, Sheep, Furbearers, Marine Mammals, Bison, Goat, Wolf & Black Bear," 1970-75 editions (for 1969-74 harvests).

______, Commercial Fisheries Division, Annual Report, Cook Inlet Area, 1966 through 1995 editions. In 1971, the agency began producing separate reports for Cook Inlet's finfish and shellfish; in 1975, it began producing separate reports for the upper and lower inlet.

______, Commercial Fishing Regulations Summary, 1961 through 1964 editions.

______, "Cook Inlet Herring Report," 1980.

______, "Resource Management Recommendations for Kenai Fjords National Park and Surrounding Area," February 24, 1984, at ARLIS.

Alaska Department of Fisheries, "Predator Control Report, Copper River Delta, 1953," in 1953 Annual Report. Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Report of the Division of Mines and Minerals, for years 1959 through 1968.

Alaska Fisheries Board and Alaska Department of Fisheries, Annual Report (Juneau, the author), 1949.

Alaska Game Commission, Biennial Report, 1948-50.

Alaska Game Commission, "Fur Farmers of Alaska Holding Licenses Under the Alaska Game Law for the Year Ending June 30, 1941.

"Alaska Game Commission, Nineteenth Annual Report, 1958.

Alaska Humanities Forum, Kenai Area History (symposium proceedings), November 7-8, 1974, Second Printing, May 1975.

Alaska Road Commission, Annual Report (also known as the Report of the Board of Road Commissioners, Alaska, the annual Summary of Activities, or the annual Report of Operations), 1907 through 1940 editions.

Alaska Territorial Legislature, Senate Journal of Alaska, 1927.

Brown, Charles M., Aids to Navigation in Alaska History (Anchorage, SHPO), c. 1979.

Calkins, Donald G., Kenneth W. Pitcher and Karl Schneider, "Distribution and Abundance of Marine Mammals in the Gulf of Alaska," (Anchorage, ADF&G Div. of Game), July 31, 1975.

City of Seward, Comprehensive Development Plan, 1967.

Clemens, Janet, "Fur Farming," unpub. mss., Alaska Office of History and Archaeology, c. 1989.

Courtright, Alan, "Game Harvests in Alaska" (Juneau, ADF&G), June 1968.

Fedorova, Svetlana G., The Population of Russian America (1799-1867); the Russian Population of Alaska and California (Fairbanks, University of Alaska Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research), 1973.

Hornaday, James C., ed., The Native, Russian and American Experiences of the Kenai Area of Alaska, Kenai Central High School, Proceedings of Conference on Kenai Area History, November 7-8, 1974. (For 2nd edition, see Alaska Humanities Forum entry above.)

Jasper, Martin W., Property Examination Report, Surprise Mine, Alaska Exploration and Development Corporation, Gold-Quartz Property, Nuka Bay, Kenai Peninsula, Territory of Alaska, Department of Mines, Report PE 104-4 (April, 1954), 3.

Kenai Peninsula Borough, Comprehensive Plan, Goals and Objectives, 1973-1974, 16, 19.

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, Alexandrovsk: English Bay in its Traditional Way, No. 2,1980-1981.

Legislative Reporting Service, Fifth Alaska State Legislature, First Session (1967) Digest (Juneau, the author, 1967), 42-43.

Legislative Reporting Service, Report [of the Alaska Legislature], 1964.

Lensink, Calvin J., "Predator Investigation and Control," in Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Annual Report for 1958 (Juneau, the author, c. 1959), 92.

______, "Predator Control with the Bounty System," in Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Annual Report for 1958 (Juneau, the author, c. 1959), 94-95.

Levin, Michael J., "Alaska Natives in a Century of Change," Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 23 (1991), 1-172.

MacDonald, Lewis G., "Chronological History of Salmon Canneries in Central Alaska," in Alaska Fisheries Board and Alaska Department of Fisheries, 1951 Annual Report (Juneau, the authors), 71-84.

McMahan, David J., and Charles E. Holmes, Report of Archaeological and Historical Investigations at Nuka Island and the Adjacent Kenai Peninsula, Gulf of Alaska, Office of History and Archeology Report Number 5 (Anchorage, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation), January 1987.

Pilgrim, Earl R., "Nuka Bay District," in B. D. Stewart, Mining Investigations and Mine Inspection in Alaska..., Biennium Ending March 31, 1933 (Juneau, Territory of Alaska, 1933), 26-51.

Rearden, Jim, Status of the Cook Inlet-Resurrection Bay Commercial Salmon Fishery, 1965, ADF&G Informational Leaflet 69, October 14, 1965.

Seward Redevelopment Committee, "Seward Area Preliminary Redevelopment Plan," December 30, 1961, in "Seward" folder, Bureau of Fisheries Annual Report Files, Miscellaneous Files, ca. 1960s, RG 370, NARA ANC.

Stanek, Ronald T., Ethnographic Overview and Assessment for Port Graham and Nanwalek, prepared for the National Park Service (Anchorage, ADF&G), in press.

______, Patterns of Wild Resource Use in English Bay and Port Graham, Alaska, Technical Paper No. 104 (Anchorage, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence), 1985.

Stewart, B. D., Report of the Commissioner of Mines to the Governor . . . for the Biennium ended December 31, 1936 (Juneau, n. pub.), 1937.

______, Report of the Commissioner . . . for the Biennium ended December 31, 1938 (Juneau, n. pub.), 1939.

______, Report of the Commissioner . . . for the Biennium ended December 31, 1940 (Juneau, n. pub.), 1941.

Territory of Alaska, Session Laws, Resolutions and Memorials, 1927.

Wolfe, Robert J., and Craig Mishler, "The Subsistence Harvest of Harbor Sea and Sea Lion by Alaska Natives in 1993," Technical Paper #233, Part I (Juneau, ADF&G Division of Subsistence), July 1994.

______, "The Subsistence Harvest of Harbor Sea and Sea Lion by Alaska Natives in 1992," Technical Paper #229, Part I (Juneau, ADF&G Division of Subsistence), 1993a.

III. Public Documents

Alaska Game Law, May 11, 1908, in U.S. Statutes at Large, Vol. 35, pp. 102-03>
BLM Case Files (various), Alaska State Office, Anchorage.
Congressional Record 117 (1971), 7657-58.
Congressional Record 126 (1980) H 10532, H 10550.
Executive Order 760, February 21, 1908.
Executive Order 773, March 23, 1908.
Executive Order 1584, August 24, 1912.
Executive Order 2454, September 15, 1916.
Executive Order 2589, April 11, 1917.
Executive Order 3149, August 16, 1919.
Executive Order 3406, February 3, 1921.
Executive Order, May 19, 1921.
Executive Order 3828, May 3, 1923.
Executive Order 4131, January 22, 1925.
Executive Order 4223, May 11, 1925.
Executive Order 4542, November 13, 1926.
Executive Order 8877, August 29, 1941.
Executive Order 8979, December 16, 1941.
Flood Control Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1193), October 23, 1962.
General Land Office Executive Order, Alaska Withdrawal #1, December 5, 1911.
Power Site Classification 403, March 29, 1950.
Power Site Classification 436, August 29, 1955.
Presidential Proclamation 846 (35 Stat. 2231), February 23, 1909.
Presidential Proclamation 1307, August 2, 1915.
Land Order 77, on January 8, 1943.
Public Land Order 445, February 3, 1948.
Public Land Order 470, April 21, 1948.
Public Land Order 471, April 26, 1948.
Public Land Order 2587, January 15, 1962.
Public Land Order 3400, May 22, 1964.
Public Land Order 3881, November 22, 1965.
Public Land Order 3953, March 15, 1966.
Public Land Order 4056, July 18, 1966.
Public Land Order 4335, June 4, 1968.
Secretarial Order [Interior Department], July 24, 1958.
Seward City Council, Resolution 899, February 25, 1974.
Seward City Council, Resolution 935, January 12, 1976.
Seward City Council, Resolution 85-5, January 14, 1985.
U.S. Survey 2742, 2743, and 2744, October 22, 1946.

IV. Newspapers

Anchorage Daily News, 1968, 1986, 1991.
Cheechako News [Kenai], 1970.
Daily Polaris [Seward], 1944
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, 1934.
Petticoat Gazette [Seward], 1961, 1964.
Seattle Times, 1959.
Seward Gateway, 1905 to 1935.
Seward Phoenix Log, 1967 to 1971.
Seward Polaris, 1942.
Seward Weekly Gateway, 1904 to 1914.
Valdez Miner, 1919.

V. Books

Ackerman, Robert E., The Kenaitze People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series, 1975.

Alaska Northwest Publishing, The Milepost, editions of 1965 to 1982.

Alaska Year Book (Seattle, Alaska Weekly), c. 1928.

Alekseev, A. I., The Odyssey of a Russian Scientist: I. G. Voznesenskii in Alaska, California and Siberia 1839-1849, translated by Wilma C. Follette, edited by Richard A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1987.

Alekseev, A. I., The Destiny of Russian America, 1741-1867, translated by Marina Ramsay, edited by R. A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario, the Limestone Press), 1990.

Antonson, Joan M., and William S. Hanable, Alaska's Heritage (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Commission), 1985.

Baedeker, Karl, Norway, Sweden and Denmark with Excursions to Iceland and Spitzbergen (Leipzig, the author), 1912.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe, History of Alaska, 1730-1885 (San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft and Company), 1886.

Barratt, Glynn, Russia in Pacific Waters: 1715-1825 (Vancouver, University of British Columbia), 1981.

Barry, Mary, A History of Mining on the Kenai Peninsula (Anchorage, Alaska Northwest), 1973.

Barry, Mary J., Seward, Alaska; a History of the Gateway City, Volume I: Prehistory to 1914 (Anchorage, the author), 1986. (Referred to in the footnotes as "Barry, Seward History, I.")

Barry, Mary J., Seward, Alaska; A History of the Gateway City, Vol. II: 1914-1923, The Railroad Construction Years (Anchorage, the author), 1993. (Referred to in the footnotes as "Barry, Seward History, II.")

Barry, Mary J., History of Seward, Alaska; A History of the Gateway City, Vol. III: 1924-1993, Growth, Tragedy, Recovery, Adaptation (Anchorage, the author), 1995. (Referred to in the footnotes as "Barry, Seward History, III.")

Beaglehole, J. C., The Life of Captain James Cook (Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press), 1974.

Bell, F. Heward, The Pacific Halibut: The Resource and the Fishery (Anchorage, Alaska Northwest Publishing Company), 1981.

Berg, Gunnar and Mette Berg, Naf Veibok (Oslo, Norway, Norges Automobil-Forbund), 1982.

Berton, Pierre, Klondike Fever (New York, Knopf), 1958.

Birket-Smith, Kaj, The Chugach Eskimo (Copenhagen, Nationalmuseet), 1953.

Browning, Robert J., Fisheries of the North Pacific; History, Species, Gear and Processes, rev. ed. (Anchorage, Alaska Northwest), 1980.

Bush, Briton Cooper, The War Against the Seals; a History of the North American Seal Fishery (Kingston, Ont., McGill-Queen's University Press), 1985.

Carpenter, Frank G., Alaska: Our Northern Wonderland (New York, Doubleday, Page and Company), 1925.

Chevigny, Hector, Russian America: The Great Alaskan Venture 1741-1867 (New York, Viking Press), 1965.

Colby, Merle, A Guide to Alaska, Last American Frontier (New York, Macmillan), 1950.

Cook, Warren L., Flood Tide of Empire: Spain and the Pacific Northwest, 1543-1819 (New Haven, Conn., Yale University Press), 1973.

David, Lieutenant Commander A. C. F., A List of Drawings from Vancouver's Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, drawn by John Sykes and Henry Humphreys, 1791-1795, unpub. mss. in Honeyman Collection, U. C. Berkeley.

Davidson, George, The Glaciers of Alaska That Are Shown on Russian Charts or Mentioned in Older Narratives (San Francisco, Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch), 1904.

Davydov, G. I., Two Voyages to Russian America, 1802-1807, translated by Colin Bearne, edited by Richard A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1977.

de Laguna, Frederica, The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press), 1934.

de Laguna, Frederica, The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska, 2nd edition (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Commission), 1975.

de Laguna, Frederica, Chugach Prehistory (Seattle, University of Washington Press), 1956.

Dmytryshyn, Basil, and E. A. P. Crownhart-Vaughan, Colonial Russian America: Khlebnikov's Reports, 1817-1832 (Portland, Oregon Historical Society), 1976.

Dmytryshyn, Basil, E. A. P. Crownhart-Vaughan, and Thomas Vaughan, Russian Penetration of the North Pacific: A Documentary Record 1700-1797, Vol. 2 (Portland, Oregon Historical Society), 1988.

Eddy, John Whittemore, Hunting on the Kenai Peninsula and Observations on the Increase of Big Game in North America (Seattle, Lowman & Hanford), 1924.

Elliott, Henry W., Our Arctic Province; Alaska and the Seal Islands (New York, Scribner's Sons), 1886.

Elliott, Henry W., Alaska og Saeloerne. Oversat Fra Englelsk ved O. Storm (Chistiania [Oslo], Forlagt af Alb. Cammermeyer), 1888.

Fedorova, Svetlana G., Ethnic Processes in Russian America, translated by Antoinette Shalkop, Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum Occasional Paper No. 1, 1975.

Fedorova, Svetlana G., The Russian Population in Alaska and California: Late 18th Century — 1867 (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1971.

Forlaget Det Beste, Norge Sett Fra Luften (Oslo, the author, 1980), 159.

Golder, Frank A., Guide to Materials for American History in Russian Archives (Washington, Carnegie Institute), 1917.

Golovin, P. N., The End of Russian America: Captain P. N. Golovin's Last Report 1862, translated and edited by Basil Dmytryshyn and E. A. P. Crownhart-Vaughan (Portland, Oregon Historical Society), 1979.

Golovnin, Vasilii Mikhailovich, Around the World on the Kamchatka, 1817-1819 (Honolulu, Hawaiian Historical Society and the University Press of Hawaii), 1979.

Green, Stanton W. and Stephen M. Perlman, eds., The Archeology of Frontiers and Boundaries (New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), 1985.

Gregory (Afonsky), Bishop, A History of the Orthodox Church in Alaska, 1794-1917 (Kodiak, Alaska, St. Herman's Theological Seminary), 1977.

Harding, A. R., Fur Farming (Columbus, Ohio, A. R. Harding Publishing Company), 1964.

Hoagland, Alison K., Buildings of Alaska (New York, Oxford), 1993.

Holmberg, Heinrich Johan, Holmberg's Ethnographic Sketches, edited by Marvin W. Falk and translated by Fritz Jaensch, Holmberg Rasmuson Library Historical Translation Series, vol. 1. (Fairbanks, University of Alaska Press), 1985.

Hulley, Clarence C., Alaska, Past and Present (Portland, Binfords and Mort), 1970.

International Pacific Halibut Commission, The Pacific Halibut: Biology, Fishery, and Management, Technical Report No. 22 (Seattle, the author), 1987.

Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, Alaskan Voyage 1881-1883 (Chicago, University of Chicago Press), 1972.

Janson, Lone E., The Copper Spike (Anchorage, Alaska Northwest), 1975.

Jensen, Albert C., The Cod (New York, Thomas Y. Crowell), 1972.

Kari, James, and Pricilla R. Kari, Tanaina Country, Jane McGary, editor (Fairbanks, University of Alaska Native Language Center), 1982.

Kent, Rockwell, Wilderness; a Journal of Quiet Adventure (New York, Halcyon House), 1920. Also published in New Haven by Leete's Island Books, 1982; and in Hanover, N. H. by University Press of New England, 1996, with a foreword by Doug Capra.

Khlebnikov, K. T., Baranov: Chief Manager of the Russian Colonies in America, edited by Richard A. Pierce and translated by Colin Bearne (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1973.

Kushner, Howard I., Conflict on the Northwest Coast: American-Russian Rivalry in the Pacific Northwest, 1790-1867 (Westport, Connecticut, Greenwood Press), 1975.

Lamb, W. Kaye, The Voyage of George Vancouver 1791-1795, vols. 1-4 (London, The Hakluyt Society), 1984.

Latham, Robert G., The Native Races of the Russian Empire (London, H. Bailliere), 1854.

Lawing, Nellie Neal, Alaska Nellie (Seattle, Seattle Printing), 1953.

Lee, Ronald F., Family Tree of the National Park System (Philadelphia, Eastern National Parks and Monuments Association), 1972.

Makarova, Raisa V., Russians on the Pacific, Richard A. Pierce and Alton S. Donnelly, eds. (Kingston, Limestone Press), 1975.

Merck, Carl Heinrich, Siberia and Northwestern America 1788-1792; The Journal of Carl Heinrich Merck, translated by Fritz Jaensch, Materials for the Study of Alaska History, No. 17, edited by Richard A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario, The Limestone Press), 1980.

Miller, David Win., A Guide to Alaska's Kenai Fjords, 2nd edition (Cordova, Alaska, Wilderness Images), 1987.

Naske, Claus-M., and Herman Slotnick, Alaska, A History of the 49th State, 2nd edition (Norman, Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1987), 92.

Okun, S. B., The Russian-American Company (New York, Octagon Books), 1979.

Osgood, Cornelius, The Ethnology of the Tanaina (New Haven: Yale University Press), 1937.

Oswalt, Wendell H., Alaskan Eskimos (Scranton, Pa., Chandler Publishing Company), 1967.

Oswalt, Wendell H., Eskimos and Explorers (Novato, California, Chandler & Sharp Publishers), 1979.

Our Northern Domaine: Alaska Picturesque, Historic and Commercial (Boston, Dana Estes), 1910.

Paulsteiner, John, Seward, Alaska; the Sinful Town on Resurrection Bay (n.p., the author), 1975.

Paynter, Robert, Models of Spatial Inequality: Settlement Patterns in Historical Archeology (New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), 1982.

Pedersen, Walt and Elsa, A Larger History of the Kenai Peninsula (Sterling, the authors), 1983.

Pethick, Derek, First Approaches to the Northwest Coast (Vancouver, J. J. Douglas Ltd.), 1976.

Pierce, Richard A., Builders of Alaska: The Russian Governors, 1818-1867 (Kingston, Ontario, The Limestone Press), 1986.

Pierce, Richard A., Russian America: A Bibliographical Dictionary (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1990.

Pierce, Richard A., ed., Documents on the History of the Russian-American Company, translated by Marina Ramsay (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1976.

Pierce, Richard A., ed., The Round the World Voyage of Heiromonk Gideon, 1803-1809, trans. by Lydia T. Black (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1989.

Pierce, Richard A., ed., Russia in North America: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Russian America, Alaska History No. 35 (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1990.

Pierce, Richard A., ed., The Russian American Company, Correspondence of the Governors, Communications Sent: 1818 (Kingston, Ontario, The Limestone Press), 1984.

Polk, R. L. & Co., Alaska-Yukon Business Directory, 1917-18.

Polk, R. L. & Co., Alaska-Yukon Gazetteer, 1923-24.

Polk, R. L. & Co., Polk's Greater Anchorage Area City Directory, 1967 (Kansas City, Mo., the author), 1968.

Portlock, Captain Nathaniel, Voyage Round the World; But more Particularly to the North-west Coast of America (New York, Da Capo Press), 1968.

Rakestraw, Lawrence W., A History of the United States Forest Service in Alaska (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Commission), 1981.

Rearden, Jim, "Alaska's Salmon Fisheries," Alaska Geographic 10 (1983).

Ricks, Melvin, Directory of Alaska Postmasters and Postoffices (Ketchikan, Tongass Publishing), 1965.

Russell, Francis, The Shadow of Blooming Grove: Warren G. Harding in His Times (New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company), 1968.

The Russian-American Company, Correspondence of the Governors; Communications Sent, 1818 (Kingston, Limestone Press), 1984.

Sarytrschew, Gawrila [Gavriil Sarychev], Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the North-east of Siberia, The Frozen Ocean, and North-East Sea, Vol. II, translated from the Russian (London, Richard Phillips), 1807.

Sauer, Martin, An Account of a Geographical and Astronomical Expedition to the Northern Parts of Russia (London, Cadell), 1802.

Schorr, Alan Edward, Alaska Place Names, 3rd edition (Juneau, Denali Press), 1968.

Shelikhov, Grigorii I., A Voyage to America 1783-1786, Marina Ramsay, translator and Richard A. Pierce, editor (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1981.

Sherwood, Morgan, Big Game in Alaska: A History of Wildlife and People (New Haven and London: Yale University Press), 1981.

Starr, S. Frederick, Russian American Colony (Durham, N.C., Duke University Press), 1987.

Teben'kov, Mikhail D., Atlas of the Northwest Coast of America, translated and edited by R. A. Pierce (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1981.

Teben'kov, Mikhail D., Hydrographic Notes Accompanying the Atlas of the Northwest Coasts of America, the Aleutian Islands and Several Other Places in the North Pacific Ocean (St. Petersburg), 1852.

Tikhmenev, P. A., A History of the Russian-American Company, translated and edited by Richard A. Pierce and Alton Donnelly (Seattle, University of Washington Press), 1978.

Tikhmenev, P. A., A History of the Russian American Company; vol. II, Documents, translated by Dmitri Krenov, edited by Richard A. Pierce and Alton S. Donnelly (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1979.

Walker, Alexander, An Account of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in 1785 and 1786, Robin Fisher and J. M. Bumsted, eds. (Seattle, University of Washington Press), 1982.

Webb, Melody, The Last Frontier; A History of the Yukon Basin of Canada and Alaska (Albuquerque, Univ. of New Mexico Press), 1985.

Wilson, William H., Railroad in the Clouds; the Alaska Railroad in the Age of Steam, 1914-1945 (Boulder, Colo., Pruett), 1977.

Woodman, Lyman L., Duty Station Northwest; The U.S. Army in Alaska and Western Canada, 1867-1987; Vol. One, 1867-1917 (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Society), 1996.

Wrangell, Rear Admiral Ferdinand Petrovich, Russian America: Statistical and Ethnographic Information, Mary Sadouski, translator and Richard A. Pierce, editor (Kingston, Ontario, Limestone Press), 1980.

VI. Articles

"A Few Facts About Seward, Alaska," The Pathfinder 1 (June 1920), 1-3.

Allen, Lois Hudson, "Mink Rancher," Alaska Sportsman 6 (March 1940), 16-18, 20.

Aussant, Colin, "Pieces of Yule," True North 4 (Spring 1998), 18-21.

"Ballaine Pioneered Rail Route to Gold," Seward Visitors Guide, 1992, 20.

Barker, Kay, "Voluntary Exile," Alaska Sportsman 5 (November 1939), 8-9, 30-33.

"Big Game on the Kenai Peninsula," The Pathfinder of Alaska 1 (June 1920), 4-5.

Cantillon, Karen, "Fur Farming in Alaska," Alaska Fish Tales & Game Trails, Fall 1982, 6-7, 42.

Capra, Doug, "Fox Island Retreat, Rockwell Kent's Wilderness Sojourn," Seward Magazine (Spring-Summer 1987), 5.

Capra, Douglas R., "Pets and Paradise," The Kent Collector 12 (Fall 1985), 9-12.

Clark, Donald W., "Pacific Eskimo: Historical Ethnography," in William C. Sturtevant, ed., Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 5, Arctic (Washington, Smithsonian Institution, 1984), 185-197.

Crowell, Aron L., and Daniel H. Mann, "Sea Level Dynamics, Glaciers, and Archaeology Along the Central Gulf of Alaska Coast," Arctic Anthropology 33 (1996), 16-37.

Dall, William H., "Geographical Notes in Alaska," Bulletin of the American Geographical Society 27:1(1896), 1-20.

Dall, William H., "On Succession in the Shell-Heaps of the Aleutian Islands," in W. H. Dall, et. al., Tribes of the Extreme Northwest; the Aleutians and Adjacent Territories, facsimile edition (Seattle, Shorey Book Store, 1970), 41-91.

Dall, William H., "Southeastern Innuit," in Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs (1875), 200-05.

Dilliplane, Timothy L., "Shipbuilding in Russian America: A Sampling of the Literature," in Transportation in Alaska's Past (Anchorage, Alaska Historical Society, 1980), 5-27.

Divinyi, Carl, "Harbor Seal Survey," Alaska Fish Tales and Game Trails #26 (September-October 1971), 17.

Elliott, Henry, "Ten Years' Acquaintance with Alaska: 1869-1877," Harper's New Monthly Magazine 55 (November 1877), 801-816.

Faust, Nina, "Exploring the Kenai Peninsula," Alaska Magazine 43 (July 1977), 4-6.

"From Ketchikan to Barrow," The Alaska Sportsman 12 (April 1946), 24-25.

Gallatin, Albert, "A Synopsis of the Indian Tribes within the United States East of the Rocky Mountains, and in the British and Russian Possessions in North America," in Archaeologia Americana; Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society 2 (1836), 14-16.

Getlein, Frank, "R. Kent," The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Biography 6 (New York, McGraw-Hill, 1973), 172-73.

Golder, Frank A., "A Survey of Alaska, 1743-1799," The Washington Historical Quarterly (1913), 92.

Golder, Frank A., "Mining in Alaska Before 1867," The Washington Historical Quarterly 7 (1916), 233-238.

Hannon, J. P., "Seward, Alaska," The Pathfinder of Alaska 4 (April 1924), 11,46.

Hoeman, J. Vin, "Crossing the Harding Icefield," Alaska 37 (May 1971), 45-47, 63.

Huber, Louis R., "Mountain Goats — Alive," Alaska Sportsman 21 (September 1955), 6-11.

Hughes, G. W., "Impressed by Port Graham," Alaska Yukon Magazine, March 1910, 225-226.

"A. F. Kashevarov's Coastal Explorations in Northwest Alaska, 1838," James VanStone, ed., David H. Kraus, trans., Fieldiana: Anthropology 69 (1977), 1-104.

Kerner, Robert J., "Russian Expansion to America: Its Bibliographical Foundations," in The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 25 (Chicago, University of Chicago Press), 1931.

Klein, Janet R., "Farming for Fur: Alaska's Fox Farming Industry," Alaska Journal 16 (1986), 102-05.

Lew, Karen L., "Seward, All-American City," Alaskafest 3 (July 1979), 38-43.

Lockman, Heather, "Cruising the Kenai Fjords," Travel & Leisure Magazine, c. 1986, in KEFJ Collection.

"Log Book of Twelve Yukon Steamers on Trip from Seattle, Wash. to St. Michaels, Alaska, Built by Moran Bros. Company," The Sea Chest - Journal of Pu get Sound Maritime Historical Society 23 (1989), 23-32; also in John F. Moran Collection, Seattle Museum of History and Industry.

Lutz, H. J., "The First-Born of Alaskan Forests: How the Russian Ship 'Phoenix' Was Hewn From the Sylvan Monarchs of Resurrection Bay," American Forests and Forest Life, July 1929, 403-405.

Madson, John, "Kenai Fjords: National Park in Waiting," Audubon 80 (July 1978), 48-61.

"Pacific Canned Crab Pack, 1920," Pacific Fisherman Year Book 19 (1921), 93.

Pedersen, Elsa, "I Remember Herring Pete," Alaska 40 (July 1974), 28-29, 53.

Petroff, Ivan, "The Limits of the Innuit Tribes on the Alaska Coast." American Naturalist (1882), 567-75.

Pinart, M. Alphonse, "Eskimaux et Koloches: Idees Religeuses et Traditions des Kaniagmioutes," Revue D'Anthropologie 2 (1873), 673-680.

Ponko, Vincent W., Jr., "The Alaskan Coal Commission, 1920 to 1922," Alaska Journal 8 (Spring 1978), 118-129.

Pratt, Lee C., "The Chugachimutes of Prince William Sound, Alaska," Alaska Churchman 22 (1918), 37-62.

"Rockwell Kent," Current Biography, 1942, 447-49.

Sather, Josephine, "The Island," Alaska Sportsman 12 (July 1946), 6-9, 42-46.

______, "The Foxes," Alaska Sportsman 12 (August 1946), 22-23, 27-33.

______,"The Birds and the Bears," Alaska Sportsman 12 (September 1946), 18-19, 24-33.

______, "Our Glorious World," Alaska Sportsman 12 (October 1946), 20-21, 34-44.

"Seward Having a Quiet Boom," Alaska Industry 7 (July 1975), 46-48, 56-61.

Shea, Chris C., "Game and Hunting on the Kenai Peninsula," Alaska Yukon Magazine, July 1911, 24-28.

Sinclair, Jack E., "Turning the Forgotten into the Remembered: The Making of Caines Head State Recreation Area," in Fern Chandonnet, ed., Alaska at War, 1941-1945, the Forgotten War Remembered (Anchorage, Alaska at War Committee, 1995), 377-81.

Stone, Kirk H., "Some Geographic Bases for New Alaskan Settlement," in Alaskan Science Conference, Science in Alaska; Selected Papers of the Alaskan Science Conference of the National Academy of Science-National Research Council, Henry B. Collins, editor (Washington, The Arctic Institute of North America), June 1952, 67.

"Strike on Nuka Bay," The Pathfinder of Alaska 4 (April 1924), 51.

Tompkins, Stuart R., "After Bering: Mapping the North Pacific," British Columbia Historical Quarterly 19 (1955), 1-54.

Townsend, Joan B., "The Tanaina of Southwestern Alaska: An Historical Synopsis," Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology: Athabascan Studies, Special Issue, vol. 1(1970), 2-16.

Townsend, Joan B., "Journals of Nineteenth Century Russian Priests to the Tanaina: Cook Inlet, Alaska," Arctic Anthropology 11(1974), 1-30.

Vania, John, "Seals, Friend or Foe?" Alaska Fish Tales and Game Trails #22 (January-February 1971), 13-14, 20.

Wagner, William, "Blue Fox Industry of Prince William Sound," Pathfinder of Alaska 3 (June 1922), 1-4.

Whitney, Paul C., "The Recent Retreat of the McCarty Glacier," The Geographical Review 22 (July 1932), 389-391.

Wilcox, Marguerite Bone, "Presidential Visit, 1923," Alaska Journal 3 (1973), 199-203.

Williams, M. Woodbridge, "Kenai Fjords: Treasure Unveiled," National Parks and Conservation Magazine 51 (September 1977), 4-9.

______, "The 'New World' of Kenai Fjords," Oceans 6 (July-August 1973), 26-33.

Younker, Bill, "The Scalp Hunters," Alaska Sportsman 22 (August 1956), 18-21, 38-40.

VII. Interviews (telephone interviews by Mr. Norris except as noted)

Bishop, Richard H., March 25, 1997.
Branson, Jim, April 2,1997.
Bucher, Wes, February 10, 1997 and March 19, 1998.
Burch, Al, April 2,1997.
Crossit, Kathy, March 25, 1997
Davies, Bruce, January 29, 1997.
Hanson, Hulda, April 2, 1997.
Hatch, Ralph, April 2,1997.
Heifner, Max, December 16, 1996.
Leirer, Herman, December 17, 1996.
Logan, Sidney, May 1, 1997.
Martin, Kerry, Seward, December 17, 1996.
McHenry, Ted, April 2, 1997
Miller, William (Bill), March 24, 1997.
Moss, Joel, March 7, 1997.
Munson, Henry, April 2,1997.
Myers, John, April 28, 1998.
Norman, Pat, by Linda Cook, September 1992.
O'Leary, Patrick J., Seward, December 17, 1996.
Rearden, Jim, February 24 and 25, 1997.
Rice, Bud, December 8, 12 and 18, 1997; January 28, 1998.
Schroeder, Tom, April 18, 1997.
Shea, Seward, March 7,1997.
Shea, Seward, by Mary Tidlow, February 2, 1997.
Spencer, David, April 3,1997.
Stanton, Bart, by Linda Cook, July 13, 1992.
Stewart, W. B. "Buck," March 7, 1997
Stevens, Bill, in park waters, August 25, 1995.
Tetreau, Mike, December 17, 1997.
Tillion, Clem, April 2, 1997.
Tillion, Marge (Margaret), April 9, 1997
White, Bob, December 17, 1996.

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