by The Department in [Juneau, Alaska] (3132 Channel Dr., Juneau 99801-7898) .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by the Office of Strategic Management, Planning, and Policy, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.|
|LC Classifications||HE213.A4 A56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||92620928|
William L. Iggiagruk Hensley was a founder of the Northwest Alaska Native Association and spent twenty years working for its successor, the Iñuit-owned NANA Regional Corporation. He also helped establish the Alaska Federation of Natives in and has served as its director, executive director, president, and : In "Fifty Miles from Tomorrow," Hensley offers us the rare chance to immerse ourselves in a firsthand account of growing up Native Alaskan. There have been books written about Alaska, but they've been written by Outsiders, settlers. Hensley's memoir of life on the tundra offers an entirely new perspective, and his stories are captivating, as is. A NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW EDITORS' CHOICEAn alternately charming and harrowing account of over 50 years of one remarkable native Alaskan's life – from living off the land north of the Arctic Circle, to the Alaskan senate, Hensely is a huge hero to his community. Born twenty-nine miles north of the arctic circle, William L. Fifty Miles from Tomorrow refers to a timezone location on the west coast of Alaska, but, more importantly, tells the remarkable story of the Native People through the eyes of the mixed-blood native who led the quest to save land for all the natives of Alaska/5(91).
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Alaska is a historical novel by James A. Michener. Like other Michener titles, Alaska spans a considerable amount of time, traced through the gradual interlinking of several families. William L. Iggiagruk Hensley, author of Fifty Miles from Tomorrow, was a founder of the Northwest Alaska Native Association and spent twenty years working for its successor, the Iñuit-owned NANA Regional also helped establish the Alaska Federation of Natives in and has served as its director, executive director, president, and co-chair. Historical account of Quaker missionary efforts in Alaska, from to ANEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEWEDITORS' CHOICEBorn twenty-nine miles north of the arctic circle, William L. Iggiagruk Hensley was raised to live the seminomadic life that his Inupiaq ancestors had lived for thousands of years. In this stirring memoir, he The book, Fifty Miles from Tomorrow: A Memoir of Alaska and the Real People [Bulk, Wholesale, Quantity] ISBN# in.