Ahtna-Tanaima mythology

Ahtna-Tanaima mythology

The mythology Ahtna-Tanaima includes the following Native American peoples: Ahtna, Ahtena, Dena'ina, Dene, Tanaina

The Ahtna Where Ahtena are a people athapascan living in Alaska.

This term means ice people in their own language. This, also called Ahtna, belongs to the Athapaskan language family; it is on the verge of extinction. The homeland of this tribe is located in the Copper River basin in southern Alaska.

the Dena'ina, sometimes named Not Where Tanaina, is an indigenous language spoken by the Inuit in Alaska, in the Gulf of cooking.

Ahtna-Tanaima mythology

Ahtna-Tanaima mythology (texts)