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Archeological and ethnographic research in the region of the upper Kuskokwim River, interior Alaska, defines the territory and culture of a previously unstudied Alaskan Athapaskan Indian group. Cultural reconstruction indicates that the occupants of this region, earlier thought to be a subdivision of the Ingalik, are an independent geographical, cultural, and linguistic entity. RÉSUMÉ. Les Kolchan: définition dun nouveau groupe d'rlthapaskan septentrionaux. Des recherches archéologiques etdoi:10.14430/arctic3241 fatcat:53l25cicpfcstdcksteprx77ky