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Bristol Bay, Alaska, From the Hinterlands to Tidewater: A Grassroots Pictorial, 1885-1965 Branson, John B. (Anchorage : Alaska Support Office, National Park Service, 1998), 119 pp., paper, ISBN0941555046, 2525 Gambell Street, Room 107, Anchorage, AK 99503-2892. Limited edition album of annotated photographs and newspaper clippings, compiled and reproduced by the Ranger-Historian for Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Down in Bristol Bay : High Tides, Hangovers, and Harrowing Experiences on Alaska's Last Frontier Durr, R. A. (New York, St. Martin's Press, 1999) 219 pp., cloth, ISBN 0312205295, available from Cook Inlet Book Company, 415 West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage AK 99501. Sixties dropout from East Coast academia becomes a fisherman and Alaskan.
No Half Truths : Reminiscences of Life in Bristol Bay, Alaska, 1906-1995 Nicholson, John W. / line drawings by Steve Peterson (Anchorage, Alaska : Dillingham, Alaska), 160 p., ISBN 0964480948, Box 41, Dillingham 99756. Oral history of old-timer - trapper, fisherman - from Nushagak Bay, whose father immigrated from Denmark and became a commercial fisherman. LC 95-70296.
Paugvik : a Nineteenth-Century Native Village on Bristol Bay, Alaska Dumond, Don E., and James W. VanStone. (Chicago : Field Museum of Natural History, 1995), 109 p., Roosevelt Road at Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL 60605-2496. (One of series: Fieldiana: Anthropology, new series, No. 24. Results of archaeological excavations at an important settlement on the Alaska Peninsula. wln95-187739.
Rods & Wings : a History of the Fishing Lodge Business in Bristol Bay, Alaska Bennett, Bo. (Anchorage : Publication Consultants, 2000), 384 pp., cloth, ISBN 1888125624, order from Cook Inlet Book Company, 415 West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501. History of the role of float planes and their pilots in developing world-class sport fishing in southwestern Alaska.
This is Coffee Point : Go Ahead : a Mother's Story of Fishing & Survival at Alaska's Bristol Bay Williams, Wilma. (Anchorage, AK : Alaska Press, 1995), 168 p., paper, ISBN1886921032, P.O. Box 90565, Anchorage, AK 99509-0565.Memories of an Alaskan woman and her seven children in the 1960s and 1970s. wln96-097423.

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