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  • n. A member of an Athabascan people of northern Alaska, whose traditional home is along the Koyukuk and Yukon rivers.
  • proper n. The language of these people.


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  • They are Athapaskans, linked ethnically, linguistically, and physiologically to tribes that still inhabit subarctic Canada and Alaska, peoples such as the Koyukon, the Tanana, the Dogrib, the Yellowknife, and the Chipewyan Indians.

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  • Pedagogy • Galena City Schools re fl ect the cultures of the students enrolled by offering Indian education programs, Koyukon studies and the Iditarod project • Interior Distance Education of Alaska is the homeschool support program of the Galena City School District since

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  • Alaska House was blessed by Poldine Carlo, an 87-year-old Koyukon artist from the village of Nulato who now lives in Fairbanks.

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  • Koyukon (Alaska) Dzaanh nezoonh Kpelle (Liberia) Ba ngung Kpelle (Liberia) Ya ngung Kréyòl

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