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Koniag Alutiiq

Koniag is the name of one of the dialects of the Alutiiq language. Koniag is actually a placename, spelled "Kodiak" in English, referring to a large island in Alutiiq territory. The Koniag Alutiiq dialect is spoken on Kodiak Island and the neighboring part of the Alaska Peninsula.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Koniag tribe and language:

 Koniag Alutiiq
 Alutiiq people
 Alutiiq words
 Eskimo-Aleut languages
 Native Americans in Alaska
 Arctic Native

Here are links to more Internet resources about the Koniag Alutiiq:
 Koniag Area Native Association
 Koniag Education Foundation
 Natives of Koniag
 Koniag Inc
 Koniag Island

And here are a few good books about the Koniags:
 A Conversational Dictionary of Koniag Alutiiq
 Looking Both Ways: Heritage & Identity of the Alutiiq People
 Making History: Sugpiaq Life on the Alaska Peninsula



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