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Where did the reindeer come from? : Alaska experience, the first fifty years

Author: Alice Postell
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Amaknak Press, ©1990.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This history of the introduction of reindeer from Siberia to Alaska (mainly northwest and southwest Alaska) in the early 1900s includes accounts of the progress in domesticating the herds and establishing a reindeer products industry, as well as the use of the animals in hauling sleds, and an account of the work of Sheldon Jackson who brought the first animals to the state.
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Named Person: Sheldon Jackson; Sheldon Jackson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Postell
ISBN: 0962609005 9780962609008
OCLC Number: 21077283
Description: xxiii, 116 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Responsibility: Alice Postell.

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This history of the introduction of reindeer from Siberia to Alaska (mainly northwest and southwest Alaska) in the early 1900s includes accounts of the progress in domesticating the herds and establishing a reindeer products industry, as well as the use of the animals in hauling sleds, and an account of the work of Sheldon Jackson who brought the first animals to the state.

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