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Kaska

Land

: The Kaska are primarily located in the southeast Yukon and north British Columbia, of Canada, between the Coastal and Rocky Mountain ranges.

Language

: The Kaska are an Athabascan-speaking language group. They are related to the Tahltan and Taglish Athabascan, once known collectively as Nahani.

Resources

: Farb, Peter, An Explanation of Reincarnation, The Sub-Arctic: Living with Expediency, Manís Rise to Civilization, New York, E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc.1968

Kaska, Yukon Native Language Centre, http://www.yukoncollege.yk.ca/ynlc/index.html

Additional Reading

 Kaska Language
 Kaska Stories
 Yukon Indians

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