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THE KIKS.ÁDI SURVIVAL
MARCH OF 1804

BY HERB HOPE
Reprinted with permission from Will the Time Ever Come? A Tlingit Sourcebook

Table of Contents

Editors' Notes and Introduction
Prelude to the Battle of Sitka, 1804
Day One
Day Two
Day Three
Day Four
The 1988 Effort
The 1989 Effort
The 1990, 1991, and 1992 Efforts
The Next Effort
Postscript
Katlian Bay
Fish Bay, Rose Channel, Rodman Bay, Hanus Bay
The Bonfire
The Canoes Arrive, Chaatlk'aanoow
The Blockade Begins
The Special Envoy

 

Originally published in Will the Time Ever Come? A Tlingit Sourcebook, published 2000 by the Alaska Native Knowledge Network. In the book the following organizations and individuals were thanked:
Alaska Native Knowledge Network/Center for Cross Cultural Studies, ANB (Alaska Native Brotherhood) Camp #2 (Juneau), Klukwan Heritage Foundation, Klukwan, Inc., Shee Atiká, Inc., Sitka Moose Club, Sitka Sound Seafoods, Sitka Tribe of Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Native Programs, University of Alaska Southeast, Alaska Humanities Forum, National Endowment for the Humanities, Alaska Rural Systemic Initiatives, Peter Metcalfe, Sue Kraft, Nora and Richard Dauenhauer, Margot Waring

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