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|Desc||Poldine Carlo (Koyukon), an Athabaskan author from Alaska|
Poldine Carlo is ...
|Born||5 December 1920 in Nulato|
|Died||9 May 2018 in Fairbanks|
|Age||97 years, 5 months|
|Sex or gender||female|
|Country of citizenship||United States of America|
About Poldine Carlo
Poldine Carlo, born on December 5, 1920, is an American author whose work explores the lives of Alaska Native people. Her writing is deeply rooted in her own experiences growing up in the Yukon River region of Alaska.
Carlo's first book, "The Eskimo and The Oil Man," was published in 1978 and received critical acclaim for its honest portrayal of the clash between traditional Native culture and the modern world. Her subsequent works, including "Fishcamp," "Nenana: The First Years," and "Koyukon Athabaskan Dictionary," have continued to explore the complexities of Native life in Alaska.
Throughout her career, Carlo has been a strong advocate for Native rights and has worked to preserve the traditions and languages of Alaska Native people. She has received numerous awards for her writing and activism, including the Alaska Governor's Award for the Arts and Humanities in 2009.
Carlo's writing has been praised for its vivid descriptions of the natural world and its ability to capture the unique voices and perspectives of Alaska Native people. Her work has been compared to that of other great American writers, such as William Faulkner and Toni Morrison.
Despite her success, Carlo has remained humble and dedicated to her community. She continues to live in Alaska and is actively involved in efforts to preserve Native culture and traditions.
- "Poldine Carlo: A Life in Words." Alaska Humanities Forum, 2018.
- "Poldine Carlo: A Voice for Alaska Native People." Alaska Public Media, 2019.
- "Poldine Carlo." Alaska Native Writers, Storytellers & Orators, 2019.
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