CIHS' November Lecture: Working as a Dena'ina Anthropologist Conducting Research with My People
The Cook Inlet Historical Society's November lecture is the third of three lectures on the Dena'ina culture planned to coincide with the Anchorage Museum's Dena'ina Exhibit.
In this lecture Karen Evanof, an Anthropologist at Lake Clark National Park will highlight the important work that is being done by the staff at Lake Clark National Park to document the history and culture of the Dena'ina people of the area.
Date: November 21st
Location: Anchorage Museum Auditorium
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