The Girl Who Swam With The Fish

Summary: 
This book is a retelling of an Athabscan story narrated by Miska Deaphon, an Elder from the Alaska village of Nikolai about a girl who swims with and learns about the salmon. It has also been translated into Sugt'stun.
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This book is a retelling of an Athabscan story narrated by Miska Deaphon, an Elder from the Alaska village of Nikolai. This story was a part of a collection fo stories that were originally translated and published in a collected titled "Nikolai Hwch'ihwzoya,' produced by the National Bilingual Materials Development Center at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. In this story, a girl lives with the salmon and learns how the fish wish to be treated by the people of the river.