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Gold Creek-Susitna

Gold Creek-Susitna Native Association is a coalition of two Native Alaskan villages, Gold Creek and Susitna. The people who live there are Alaskan Athabaskans from the Ahtna and Tanaina tribes. The placename Susitna means "sand river" in Athabaskan.

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Gold Cree-Susitna Indian Resources

Here are links to our webpages about the Gold Creek-Susitna tribes and languages:
 Susitna language
 Ahtna villages
 Alaska Native people
 Subarctic situation
 Athabascan languages

Books about the Gold Creek-Susitnas

Here are a few good books about the Gold Creek-Susitna tribes:
 In the Shadows of Mountains
 Ahtna Elders Reflect On History
 Our Voices: Native Stories of Alaska and the Yukon



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