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Pamela Rae Huteson

Pamela Rae Huteson (born 1957) is an Alaska Native author and illustrator, from Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska. She is both Tlingit and Haida, of the Shungkweidi Eagle moiety, from the Wolf House.

Poetry

  • Legends in Wood, Stories of the Totems (Tigard, Or: Greatland Classic Sales, 2002 ISBN 1-886462-51-8 )

Publications containing Huteson's Illustrations

  • Legends in Wood, Stories of the Totems (Tigard, Or: Greatland Classic Sales, 2002 ISBN 1-886462-51-8 )
  • Coloring Alaska, the Greatland on a Summers Day (Tigard, Or: Greatland Classic Sales, 2004)
  • Transformation Masks (Hancock House Publications, 2007 ISBN: 088839635X )

Other publications containing her entries

  • Encyclopedia of Anthropology. 2006. Entries: Aleut, Athabascan, Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Haida, Eskimo Acculturation, Potlatch, Feasts and Festivals. SAGE Publications
  • Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity & Society. 2008. Entries: Aleut, Tlingit, Indigenous Canada, Alaska Native Legistlations. SAGE Publications

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