The mythology Koyukon-Ingalik-Tanana-Kutchin includes the following Native American peoples: Ingalik, Deg Hit'an, Koyukon, Gwich'in, Shady, Kutchin.
Two dialects of Deg Hit'an (Ingalik) are spoken, one along the Yukon at Shageluk, Anvik and Holy Cross, the other in the middle of the Kuskokwim from Aniak to Vinesale.
the koyukon is a Northern Athapaskan language spoken in the United States, in eastern Alaska, along the Yukon and Koyokuk rivers.
The Gwich'in ("People") or Dodgy Where Kutchin are the tribes of tongues athapascans northern species that live in the Yukon River and Peel River basin in eastern Alaska and the Yukon Territory in Canada. The northernmost village of Old Crow in the Yukon is also home to one of the oldest settlements in North America.
Koyukon-Ingalik-Tanana-Kutchin mythology (texts)
Books on Athabaskan Mythology
Comics / Illustrated:
In French :
Only in English:
- How Raven Got His Crooked Nose: An Alaskan Dena'ina Fable
- Diné Bahane': The Navajo Creation Story
- Walking the Land, Feeding the Fire: Knowledge and Stewardship Among the Tlicho Dene
- Tales from the Dena: Indian Stories from the Tanana, Koyukuk, and Yukon Rivers
- How the Stars Fell into the Sky: A Navajo Legend
- Apache Legends & Lore of Southern New Mexico: From the Sacred Mountain
- Two Old Women: An Alaskan Legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival