About the Author

Woody Knebel studied marine science at the University of Victoria and spent many years in Bristol Bay, Alaska, working side by side with the Y’upik people. While working at a turn-of-the-century salmon cannery at the south end of Kodiak Island, he came into contact with the aboriginal lands of the Alutiiq people and their ancestors—the creators of the Cape Alitak petroglyphs.

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