Kalitan, Our Little Alaskan Cousin

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Away up toward the frozen north lies the great peninsula, which the United States bought from the Russians, and thus became responsible for the native peoples from whom the Russians had taken the land. There are many kinds of people there, from Indians to Esquimos, and they are under the American Government, yet they have no votes and are not called American citizens. It is about this country and its people that this little story is written, and in the hope of interesting American girls and boys in these very strange people, their Little Alaskan Cousins. - Summary from the Preface (2 hr 41 min)


Preface 1:10 Read by Larry Wilson
Kalitan Tenas 14:16 Read by Lynda Marie Neilson
Around the Camp-Fire 16:49 Read by Lynda Marie Neilson
To the Glacier 10:50 Read by April6090
Ted Meets Mr. Bruin 10:23 Read by Betsy Walker
A Monster of the Deep 16:37 Read by Shasta
The Island Home of Kalitan 15:00 Read by Shasta
Twilight Tales and Totems 11:13 Read by Anita Sloma-Martinez
The Berry Dance 11:32 Read by KevinS
On the Way to Nome 20:55 Read by Shasta
In the Gold Country 10:39 Read by April6090
Afternoon Tea in an Eglu 9:54 Read by ChadH94
The Splendour of Saghalie Tyee 12:00 Read by Lynda Marie Neilson