|Author:||Jamie S Bryson|
|Title:||The War Canoe|
|Format:||doc rtf lrf docx|
|ePUB size:||1899 kb|
|FB2 size:||1649 kb|
|DJVU size:||1653 kb|
|Category:||Deliver toandnbsp;Russian Federation|
|Publisher:||Alaska Northwest Books; First Edition edition (March 1, 1990)|
Patrice said: This novel takes place in Wrangell, Alaska. The main character is Mickey Church, a 17 year old. It is the perfect read for any preteen or young teenager who is at the crossroads of adolescence – or any adult who is looking for a little common ground.
It is the perfect read for any preteen or young teenager who is at the crossroads of adolescence – or any adult who is looking for a little common ground.
17 year-old Mickey Church, a Tlingit Indian didn't see anything special about his hometown. Perched on an island in Southeast Alaska, the small town of Wrangell was shabby, wet, and isolated. Mickey spent his time acting out, lighting up, and practicing his unstudied air of casual defiance. But when Dr. Bernet, the skinny, tenor-voiced new teacher gave his first history lecture, something inside Mickey shifted.
Born in San Francisco and raised in San Diego, Bryson has been a journalist, flight instructor, commercial floatplane pilot and a blue-water sailor. He holds a journalism degree from the University of Alaska (1981). He worked at the San Diego Union for 12 years before moving to Southeast Alaska in 1970. From 1983 to 1988 Bryson and his wife and the youngest of his seven children sailed around the world from Alaska to Alaska in his 30-foot sailboat.
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17 year-old Mickey Church, a Tlingit Indian didn’t see anything special about his hometown. Those old stories about the Tlingit people, the early Russian settlers, and American explorers began to resonate with the rootless orphan.
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In the February 1869, Kake War the USS Saginaw destroyed three deserted villages and two forts near present-day Kake. Prior to the conflict, two white trappers were killed by the Kake in retribution for the death of two Kake departing Sitka village in canoe. Sitka was the site of a standoff between the Army and Tlingit due to the army demanding the surrender of chief Colchika who was involved in an altercation in Fort Sitka. The War Canoe, Jamie S Bryson. History of Alaska: 1730-1885, Hubert Howe Bancroft, 1886, pages 614-6. Journal of the West, Lorrin L. Morrison, Carroll Spear Morrison, 1965, page 310.