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Breaking the silence: Sharing the journey of growing up Dena'ina

...accepted history of the region was that the Dena'ina had not been in the area for long and were low in population due to a smallpox epidemic in 1839. "The Dena'ina don't claim that we've been here since time in memoriam but we do say we've been...

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Around Campus: Spring registration at Kenai Peninsula College trends upward

...dissonance encoded in narratives concerning shamanic activity. Dena'ina habitus was further impacted by a horrific 1838-1839 smallpox epidemic that challenged traditionalist beliefs, leading to significant Russian Orthodox baptisms. As a result, Dena'ina...

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...appoints four to fish board Stevens measure would bar appeals of Tongass decision About 120 army medical personnel to get smallpox vaccine Drug probe at Eielson widens Sampson named to head Alaska AFL-CIO Alaska unemployment rate jumps in December...

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...Murkowski's permanent fund decision scares Democrats Dozens of Iditarod fans bid to ride musher sleds Civilians to receive smallpox vaccinations Homicide suspect says he has stress disorder Four men arrested in Fairbanks sex abuse case Homer crowd...

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