By Jan Harper-Haines
Jan Harper Haines explores her family’s robust conflicts among the earlier and the long run. Her grandmother Louise, the matriarch, adheres to historic traditions and believes the spirit of all Athabascans will go back sooner or later to the waters of the Yukon River. but, Louise’s personal daughter, the author’s mom, strikes into the longer term turning into the 1st local girl to graduate from the collage of Alaska.
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Cold River Spirits: Whispers from a Family's Forgotten Past by Jan Harper-Haines