The resources below will connect you with more information on Alaska Native Culture & Knowledge.
- Shadows on the Koyukuk, Sidney Huntington’s autobiography, as told to Jim Rearden, Alaska Northwest Books, 1993, is one of the best books on growing up in Alaska in the early days of contact and a testament to the resiliency of Sidney Huntington.
- Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage is a place where visitors and Alaskans can experience all Alaska Native cultures in one location. They have permanent collections as well as changing exhibits, classes, public events and special projects, such as the Alaska Native Playwrights Project.
- Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center in Fairbanks is a showplace for all aspects of Athabascan culture.
- Alaska Native Knowledge Network is a great resource for accessing the knowledge base of Alaska Native people.
- Alaska Native Language Center at University of Alaska Fairbanks is a resource base for information on Alaska Native languages.
- Alaskool has online materials about Alaska Native history, languages and cultures.
- Native languages of the Americas website by Laura Redish & Orrin Lewis is a resource for Koyukon Athabascan language including vocabulary, alphabet, dictionary and stories as well as links to Koyukon culture and history.
- Consider following these great Alaska-Native driven Facebook pages: I Am Yupik, I am Alaska Native, Athabascan Woman Blog