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__________. annual. Alaska Statistical Review.

__________. 1973. Annual Report, State of Alaska Fiscal Year, 1973.

__________. 1973. A Profile of Alaskan Communities.

__________. 1971. Basic Research Concerning the Impact of State Government Expenditures on the Economy of Alaska.

__________. 1970. Standard Industrial Survey.

Alaska. Dept. of Education. 1970. Directions 70's, An Assessment of Educational Needs in Alaska. N.S. Bowkett, comp.

Alaska. Dept. of Labor. annual. Current Population Estimates.

__________. annual. Workforce Estimates, Alaska: By Industry and Area.

__________. quarterly. Statistical Quarterly.

__________. no date. Alaska's Manpower Outlook—1970's.

__________. 1974. Annual Population and Employment Projections: 1961-1980.

__________. 1965. Labor Market Area Profiles, Alaska.

Alaska. Development Board. 1946. Trade and Industry Now in Alaska. R. Anderson, comp. 71 p.

Alaska. Div. of Community Planning. 1974. Selected 1970 Census Data for Alaskan Communities. 6 v.

Alaska. Div. of Economic Enterprise. annual. A Performance Report of the Alaskan Economy; Mid-Year Review.

__________. 1974. Japanese Investment in Alaska.

Alaska. Div. of Oil and Gas. annual. Annual Report.

Alaska. Div. of State Libraries. 1975. Alaska Blue Book.

Alaska. Employment Security Div. no date. Alaska 1970 Census Atlas: Population by Enumeration Districts.

Alaska. Governor's Advisory Committee on Economic Development. 1962. Alaska, Overall Economic Development Plan.

Alaska Indian Arts Inc. 1966. Report on Program of Alaska Indian Arts, Inc. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board.

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Alaska. University. 1964. Alaska Native Arts and Crafts; Potential for Expansion. 162 p.

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Arthur D. Little, Inc. 1964. Feasibility of a Commercial Sea Lion Operation in Alaska. Report for U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 145 p.

__________. 1963. An Evaluation of the Feasibility of Native Industry in Northwestern Alaska. 99 p.

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Bennett, E.F. 1960. Federal responsibility for Indian resources. Federal Bar Journal. 20(3):255-262.

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Boeing Computer Services Inc. 1974. Alaska State Capital Relocation Study.

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Browne, R. 1949. Northwestern Alaska; a Report on the Economic Opportunities of the Second Judicial Division. Alaska Development Board.

Burns, J.J. 1964. "The ecology, economics, and management of mink in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska." University of Alaska, Fairbanks. M.S. thesis.

Carr & Donald & Associates, Limited. 1972. Regional Marine Terminal Study for Lost River Mining Company.

Cobb, E.H. 1972. Placer Deposits of Alaska. U.S. Geological Survey. Open-file report.

Cresap, McCormick, and Paget, Management Consultants. 1968. A Program for Increasing the Contribution of Tourism to the Alaskan Economy. Report for Economic Development Administration, U.S. Dept. of Commerce and Travel Division, Alaska. Dept. of Economic Development.

Davies, G.E. 1966. Taxation of Indian reservations. Utah Law Review. 1966(1):132-151.

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Eaton, E.D. 1969. Socio-Economic Aspects of Alaska's Fisheries. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Eels, F.R. 1967. Alaska's economy in 1966. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions. 4(1)

Evans, R. and P. Raybeck. 1974. Age and race by sex characteristics of Alaska's village population. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions. 10(2):1-63.

Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in Alaska, 1971. Economic Outlook for Alaska. 392 p.

__________. 1971, Strategies for Economic Development in Alaska.

__________. 1970. High Prices and Construction Costs in Alaska: An Analysis and Some Policy Guidelines. F. and P. Massel.

__________. 1968. Alaska Natives and the Land.

__________. 1968. Alaska's Economy in Case of a National Economic Pause: Fiscal Strength through Oil and Gas Receipts. J.E. Shafer, comp.

__________. 1968. A Subregional Economic Analysis of Alaska. D.N. Jones, ed. 385 p.

__________. 1967. A Quarterly Income Model of a Semi-Autonomous Alaskan Economy. B.H. Tuck, comp.

__________. 1965. Report to President's Review Committee for Development Planning in Alaska on Economic Development in Planning in Alaska. 2 v.

Foote, D.C. 1959. The Economic Base and Seasonal Activities of Some Northwest Alaska Villages: A Preliminary Report. Bioenvironmental Studies, Project Chariot, USAEC Contract No. AT(04-3)-315.

Foote, D.C. and H.A. Williamson. 1959. A Human Geographical Study in Northwest Alaska. Bioenvironmental Studies, Project Chariot, USAEC Con. No. AT(04-3)-315.

Frison, T.H. 1965. Acquisition of access rights and rights of way on fee, public domain, and Indian lands. Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute. 10:217.

Fukuhara, F.M. 1953. Japanese 1952 North Pacific salmon-fishing expedition. Commercial Fisheries Review. 15(2).

Gailardo, L.L. 1972. Projection of Occupational Needs for the Period 1972-1977. Olympus Research Corporation. Report for the Office of the Governor, Manpower Planning Commission.

Garnett, R.W. 1973. Equalization of Local Government Revenues in Alaska. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Occasional Paper 9.

Gazaway, H.P. 1966. National Program Inadequacies and Needs to Better Serve Rural and Native Alaska. U S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

__________. 1965. Needed: an Economic Development Program for Rural Alaska. U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 41 p.

Gellert, H.J. 1968. Japanese Companies in Alaska. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, College.

German and Milne. 1972. Transportation Study—Fluorite Shipment from Lost River, Alaska for Lost River Mining Corporation.

Guiland, J.A. and A.R. Tussing. 1972. Fish stocks and fisheries of Alaska and the northeast Pacific Ocean in Alaska Fisheries Policy: Economics, Resources and Management. A.R. Tussing et al., eds. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. pp. 75-116.

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Hanson, C. 1952. Importance and Development of the Native Reindeer Industry in Alaska. Unpublished. Biology Department, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.

Harris, W. 1967. Salmon Fishing in Alaska: How and Where. A.S. Barnes.

Harrison, G.S. 1970. Politics of Resources Development in Alaska: Primary Processing in the Salmon Industry. Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Occasional Paper 1. 11 p.

__________. 1962. The Future of Alaska—Economic Consequences of Statehood.

Harrison, G.S. and T.A. Morehouse. 1970. Rural Alaska's development problem. Polar Record. 15:291-299.

Herbert, C.F. 1967. Alaska-Northwest Canada Economic Activities, Part /. A Summary Comparison of Mining Laws and Oil and Gas Laws and Practices, with Recommendations for Policy. Report for Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in Alaska. 168 p.

Hippler, A.E. and S. Conn. 1972. Traditional Athabascan Law Ways and Their Relationship to Contemporary Problems of Bush Justice. Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Occasional Paper 7.

Hopeman, A.R. 1974. Economics of Land Use Regulation in Flood Hazard Areas. University of Minnesota, St. Paul.

Jackson, S. 1893. Report on Introduction of Domestic Reindeer into Alaska. U.S. 52d Congress, 2d Session. Miscellaneous Document 22.

Jones, D.N. 1966. Alaska's economy, the state of the state. Alaska Review. Fall-Winter. pp. 1-38.

Juneau. City and Borough. 1974. Summary of 1974-1975 Budget and Capital Improvement Program.

Keeler, W.W., H.J. Wade, and J.E. Officer. 1962. Report to the Secretary of the Interior. U.S. Task Force on Alaska Native Affairs. 109 p.

Kiely, V.R. and J.M. Hilpert. 1961. Tourist Industry in Alaska. Small Business Administration Management Research Grant Program, University of Alaska.

Kleinfeld, J. and T.A. Morehouse. 1970. Manpower Needs in Alaska. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 26.

Kross & Associates. 1973. Point Jackson Environmental Survey. 39 p.

Lapham, L. 1970. Alaska politicians and natives, money and oil. Harpers Magazine. May.

Lin, P.C. 1971. Alaska's population and school enrollments. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions. 8(5):1-48.

Loll, L.M. 1967. A Study of Technical and Economic Problems, State of Alaska. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 13. 173 p.

Lomen, C.J. 1954. Fifty Years in Alaska. David McKay Co.

Massel, B.F., A.P. Massel, and M. Fryer. 1971. Construction Costs and Alaska Regional Inflation Analysis and Policy. Report for the Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in Alaska.

Olson, D.F. 1969. Alaska Reindeer Herdsmen, A Study of Native Management in Transition. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 18. 156 p.

Pacific Architects and Engineers, Inc. 1973. City of Lost River Comprehensive Feasibility Study Report.

Parker, W.B. 1974. Alaska and the Law of the Sea; International Fisheries Regimes of the North Pacific. Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, Anchorage.

Patterson, A. 1974. Subsistence Harvests in Five Native Regions. Report for Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska. 48 p.

__________. 1972. The Native Subsistence Values and Their Relationships to d(1)-d(2) Land Classifications. Report for Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission. 108 p.

Patterson, E.A. 1964. The Task Force Report and the Implementation of Resources Development in the Nome Area. Report for U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Juneau.

Reed, J.C. 1970. Oil developments in Alaska. Polar Record. 15(94):7-17.

Reindeer relief; move to make Alaskan reindeer an Eskimo monopoly. 1937. Business Week. September 11:42.

Rich, P.E. and A.R. Tussing. 1973. The National Park System in Alaska—An Economic Impact Study. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 35.

Rogers, G.W. 1974. Offshore oil and gas developments in Alaska: impacts and conflicts. Polar Record. 17(108):255-275.

__________. 1972. A Study of the Socio-Economic Impact of Changes in the Harvesting Labor Force in the Alaska Salmon Industry. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

__________. 1971. Alaska Native Population Trends and Vital Statistics, 1950-1985. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Research Note. 19 p.

__________. 1971. Alaska's economy in the 1960's in Alaska Public Policy: Current Problems and Issues. G.S. Harrison, ed. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. pp. 75-100.

__________. 1971. Economic development in Southeast Alaska and its impact on the Native population in Alaska Public Policy: Current Problems and Issues. G.S. Harrison, ed. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. pp. 295-311.

__________, ed. 1970. Change in Alaska: People, Petroleum, and Politics. University of Washington Press.

__________. 1967. Alaska Regional Population and Employment: Economic and Social Guidelines for the Regional Medical Program in Alaska. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, College. Report 15.

__________. 1967. Avenues of Alaska development. Alaska Review. 2(4).

__________. 1962. The Future of Alaska. Economic Consequences of Statehood. Sponsored by Arctic Institute of North America and Resources for the Future Inc. Johns Hopkins Press. 311 p.

__________. 1960. Alaska in Transition: the Southeast Region. Published for Resources for the Future by Johns Hopkins Press. 384 p.

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Shoemaker, J.H. 1965. Tourism in Alaska, 1965-1975. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 5.

Snyder, R. 1971. Alaska's lumber markets. Alaska Review of Business and Economic Conditions. 8(4).

Solar Construction Northern, Ltd. 1972. Proposed Townsite City of Lost River, Alaska. 35 p.

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Sullivan, J. and W. Rose. 1970. Alaska School Enrollments. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 24.

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Thomas J. Murray and Associates. 1970. Alaska's Commercial Timber Resources. Report for Alaska. Dept. of Economic Development.

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Tussing, A.R. and G.K. Erickson. 1969. Mining and Public Policy in Alaska—Mineral Policy, the Public Lands, and Economic Development. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, College. Report 21.

Tussing, A.R. et al. 1972. Alaska-Japan Economic Relations. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report 17. 469 p.

U.S. Bureau of Census. 1972. 1970 Census of Housing; Detailed Housing Characteristics. Final Report HC(1)-B1 United States Summary.

__________. 1972. 1970 Census of Population; Detailed Characteristics. Final Report PC(1)-D3 Alaska.

__________. 1971. 1970 Census of Housing; Detailed Housing Characteristics. Final Report HC(1)-B3 Alaska.

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U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Alaska Planning Group. 1973. Chukchi-Imuruk National Wildlands. 503 p.

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U.S. Federal Maritime Commission. Bureau of Domestic Regulation. 1967. Alaska Trade Study: A Regulatory Staff Analysis.

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Wheatley, J.J. and G.G. Gordon. 1969. Economic and Transport Developments in Alaska's Future. Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Yupiktak Bista. 1974. A Report on Subsistence and the Conservation of the Yupik Life-Style; Does One Way of Life Have to Die So Another Can Live? 80 p.


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