Kalitan, Our Little Alaskan Cousin

Mary F. NIXON-ROULET ( - 1930)

Away up toward the frozen north lies the great peninsula, which the United States bought from the Russians, and thus became responsible for the native peoples from whom the Russians had taken the land. There are many kinds of people there, from Indians to Esquimos, and they are under the American Government, yet they have no votes and are not called American citizens. It is about this country and its people that this little story is written, and in the hope of interesting American girls and boys in these very strange people, their Little Alaskan Cousins. - Summary from the Preface

Genre(s): Children's Fiction

Language: English

Group: Our Little Cousin Series

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Larry Wilson
00:01:10
Play 01 Kalitan Tenas Lynda Marie Neilson
00:14:16
Play 02 Around the Camp-Fire Lynda Marie Neilson
00:16:49
Play 03 To the Glacier April6090
00:10:50
Play 04 Ted Meets Mr. Bruin Betsy Walker
00:10:23
Play 05 A Monster of the Deep Shasta
00:16:37
Play 06 The Island Home of Kalitan Shasta
00:15:00
Play 07 Twilight Tales and Totems Anita Sloma-Martinez
00:11:13
Play 08 The Berry Dance KevinS
00:11:32
Play 09 On the Way to Nome Shasta
00:20:55
Play 10 In the Gold Country April6090
00:10:39
Play 11 Afternoon Tea in an Eglu ChadH94
00:09:54
Play 12 The Splendour of Saghalie Tyee Lynda Marie Neilson
00:12:00