Arctic Schoolteacher: Kulukak, Alaska, 1931-1933
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Arctic Schoolteacher: Kulukak, Alaska, 1931-1933

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When Abbie Morgan arrived with her husband Ed in the Alaskan village of Kulukak in 1931 to teach school, many of the Eskimos had never before seen a white woman. Kulukak could be reached by boat when the approach was not frozen over and by dogsled when ice made travel by boat impossible.

Arctic Schoolteacher is the story of Abbie’s Alaskan experience, from the detailed plan...more
Paperback, 222 pages
Published March 15th 1994 by University of Oklahoma Press (first published November 1992)
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This book would interest anyone who wants to know more about Native Americans and particularly, of course, the Native Alaskans. It is a humbling and well-written account by a teacher who spent two years there. It shows in intimate detail what life in the Alaskan wilderness is like even to this day. Don't bother with my review...just read it and appreciate it!
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