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Kenai Fjords Park Proposal: Exit Glacier Area By Bruce G Sharky
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Four alternative park master plans for Exit Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, Alaska prepared by students of the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State University.... More > 2012< Less
POEMAS DE UTILIDAD POLITICA 7.3 By KENAI ETZNAB
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LA ÚLTIMA RE-EVOLUZIÓN LITERARIA DE ESTE NUEVO MILENIO. UNA OBRA QUE ROMPE TODOS LOS ESQUEMAS.
POEMAS DE UTILIDAD POLÍTICA 7.3 By KENAI ETZNAB
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LIBRO EXPERIMENTAL. MEZCLA DE DISTINTOS TIPOS Y ESTILOS DE ESCRITURA, PARA ENRIQUECER LA POESÌA. DESDE CHILE, PARA EL MUNDO.
POEMAS DE UTILIDAD POLÍTICA 7.3 By KENAI ETZNAB
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LIBRO EXPERIMENTAL. MEZCLA DE DISTINTOS TIPOS Y ESTILOS DE ESCRITURA, PARA ENRIQUECER LA POESÌA. DESDE CHILE, PARA EL MUNDO.
POEMAS DE UTILIDAD POLITICA 7.3 By KENAI ETZNAB
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LA ÚLTIMA RE-EVOLUZIÓN LITERARIA DE ESTE NUEVO MILENIO. UNA OBRA QUE ROMPE TODOS LOS ESQUEMAS.
Gold Panning - A Guide To Recreational Gold Panning On The Kenai Peninsula, Chugach National Forest, Alaska By Chugach National Forest et al.
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Striking it rich! Finding the mother lode! ‘Tis the stuff of miners’ dreams. Unlike professional gold seekers, recreational gold panners benefit mostly from the adventure. The entire... More > family can share in the fun of prospecting and gold panning. In this booklet, we explain basic gold panning techniques, how to find gold, discuss mining rights and guidelines, and identify areas available for recreational panning on the Chugach National Forest portion of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Recreational gold panning on lands withdrawn from mineral entry is not a mining activity—it is a privilege. Be aware that panning, sluicing, and suction dredging can adversely affect water quality, thereby impacting vegetation, fish, wildlife, and ultimately people. During the process of separating soil from minerals, silt may be washed into streams, creating turbid water. Fish, fish eggs, and the aquatic insects have difficulty living in heavily silted water because of its reduced oxygen supply.< Less
Just Breathing the Air By Lydia Sherman
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Volume One of The adventurous life of an Alaskan homestead family on the Kenai Peninsula, which began with the marriage of Joe B. McGaughey and Lillian Hunt in Whitehorse City, Yukon Territory in the... More > summer of 1948, when Lillian was just 18 years old. From there they staked a claim in Alaska, and built a warm house. In that beautiful setting they also raised seven children. These stories will make you smile, renew your youth as wings of eagles, and make you feel happy, just breathing the air. It is the story of two remarkable parents, their faith and their humor as they live on the frontier. It is a must-have read for anyone teaching children; also a good lesson for anyone studying human behavior in the natural setting that attracts both artists and anglers.< Less
Wolves: The Omen By Renee Relf
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Kenai, a husky, ran from home and discovered the wolf packs that roam in his backyard. Join the adventure and meet Moon and Kenai, Olive and the other alphas! Will he even survive under the pressure... More > of Hawk?< Less
Alaskan Picterial Journal 120 day, 5,000 MileTrip 1991 By Lloyd & Ellen Pearson
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This book is the Travel Journal of Lloyd & Ellen Pearson, taken in 1991 in our motor home towing our Nissan pickup truck for excursions about the towns on our travels. Fishing for salmon in the... More > Kenai, hiking the trails in Denali, we observed the Equinox giving us the longest day and the shortest 4-hour nights, touring many of the old ghost gold towns scattered about the great state of Alaska. We had the opportunity to walk up to and touch three icebergs, and even got to walk upon the Worthington Glacier, watching the eagles soar high about the tree tops carryring food back to the young ones in high up built nest. Watching bears in Hyder, Alaska wading in the wide, shallow river to catch salmon swimming up stream to spawn was most interesting. The bears would eat part of one salmon, drop it to catch a large one to snack upon. Camping was most enjoyable on our trip, setting up camp in out of the way state or providential campgrounds. The big draw backs was the very expensive gas purchased in Canada.< Less
Maria By Alder Rye Fletcher
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One Alaskan student's account of his upbringing in Homer, 200 miles south of Anchorage on the Kenai Peninsula.