Wildflowers of Unalaska Island

a guide to the flowering plants of an Aleutian Island by Suzi Golodoff

Publisher: University of Alaska Press in Fairbanks, AK

Written in English
Cover of: Wildflowers of Unalaska Island | Suzi Golodoff
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Subjects:

  • Plants,
  • Identification,
  • NATURE,
  • Flowers,
  • Wild flowers,
  • Pictorial works

Edition Notes

StatementSuzi Golodoff
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK146 .G66 2003eb
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
Pagination1 online resource (x, 217 p.) :
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25557510M
ISBN 101423715039
ISBN 109781423715030
OCLC/WorldCa61114388

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Dutch Harbor is a harbor on Amaknak Island in Unalaska, Alaska. It was the location of the WWII Battle of Dutch Harbor in June Dutch Harbor is close to some of the richest fishing in the world, and its ice-free status makes it an important International harbor along the sparsely populated Aleutian Islands and the Bering Sea. Beaver Inlet, on the other side of Unalaska Island, was an historic portage for the native Unangan people who lived in the village of Biorka just across on Sedanka Island. You can only get there by boat or by foot, but the pristine views away from the more populated areas of Unalaska are worth the effort. Unalaska Unalaska, also known as Dutch Harbor, Alaska is simply magical. Located about a third of the way west on the 1, mile long Aleutian chain that contains nearly 70 different islands! On one side of Unalaska Island is Fort Schwatka, the old WWII Military Fort with bunkers still intact. The highest elevation US Military camp that is still very much in place as it was built to withstand. In Seattle, like-minded entrepreneurs attempt to book travel to the territory. The Alaska Steamship Company denies them passage. It is of no consequence. The brothel on Expedition Island is short-lived, the house shut down by the U.S. Navy and the women refused relocation to Unalaska Island by the deputy federal marshal.

On the northeastern shore of Unalaska island a small native settlement exists at the mouth of the bay of Makushin, containing 51 Aleut natives, who maintain themselves by joining the sea-otter parties and by trapping during the winter. Their dwellings are sod huts, and they have a small log chapel, sadly in need of repairs. Mount Makushin. Cathedral of the holy ascension of christ, in the town of UnAlaska, UnAlaska Island, Dutch Harbor, Aleutian Islands, Alaska.

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Great read to educate yourself about something other than the fishing industry.5/5(2). Wildflowers of Unalaska Island is the only guide to this flora, covering more than species of flowering plants in a backpack-friendly book.

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Free shipping for many products!End date: The first wildflower guide to focus on the Aleutian Islands, Wildflowers of Unalaska Island offers detailed descriptions, color photographs, and lovely, original drawings of over species of flowering plants.

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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. The climate and geology of Unalaska Island, where Golodoff is a resident, are described in an introduction.

Introductions also are provided for each family; a small sampel of the families described is sedge, lily, iris, orchid, willow, birch, primrose, heath, and madder.

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Books by Suzi Golodoff. Wildflowers of Unalaska Island Suzi Golodoff. About the Author. Suzi Golodoff has been a resident of Unalaska Island for more than forty years.

She teaches locally and offers Aleutian birding and natural history tours. She is the author of Wildflowers of Unalaska Island: A Guide to the Flowering Plants of an Aleutian. Wildflowers of Unalaska Island A Guide to the Flowering Plants of an Aleutian Island, Second Edition.

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Unalaska Island (2 books) St. George (1 book) Katmai National Park and National Preserve (1 book). Flowers attractive to hummingbirds. Common red paintbrush Castilleja miniata Perennial herb, stems clustered, erect, to 32" tall.

Leaves lance-shaped. "Flow-ers", scarlet, clustered on upper portion of stem. "Flowers" are actually modified leaves enveloping the inconspicuous, green true flowers. Common in upper beach meadows. Hybridizes with Un. For my birthday, my sister gave me Suzi Golodoff’s book “Wildflowers of Unalaska Island,” a guide with lovely original drawings and photos of over species of flowering plants native to the Aleutians.

I’ve loved solidifying my knowledge of the flowers I grew up with by name, edible qualities and the traditional uses by Native. Without her, truly, this book would never have happened. Jerah Chadwick, at the University of Alaska Interior-Aleutians campus at Unalaska, provided me with much needed editing help and advice, as well as a steady source of support and good humor.

Cheryl Lee, former teacher at Unalaska City School, patiently led me into the world of computers. -Suzi Golodoff, from her book "Wildflowers of Unalaska," an excellent resource. Above left: Flag Iris. Above: White bog orchid, one of many species of small orchids found on Unalaska Island. Alaska Region.

From “Guide to Your National Forests and Grasslands (PDF)”, The Alaska Region occupies the rugged, mountainous coast of the northeast Pacific Ocean. The maze of fjords and islands, streams and mountains characterizing the Region support a wide array of vegetation types ranging from vast wetlands to luxuriant temperate rainforests to magnificent alpine ecosystems.

Unalaska (Aleut: Nawan-Alaxsxa, Russian: Уналашка) is a volcanic island in the Fox Islands group of the Aleutian Islands in the US state of Alaska located at The island has a land area of 1, square miles (2, km 2).It measures mi ( km) long and mi ( km) wide.

The city of Unalaska, Alaska, covers part of the island and all of neighboring Amaknak Island where the.

Alaska Wildflower Books by Verna and Frank Pratt Verna Pratt’s books on wildflowers have been the bible of Alaska wildflowers for decades. Her descriptions, photos, and easy to use categorization make flowers easy to identify when you are out in the field on a hike or traveling the byways of Alaska.

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Pratt, published in Unalaska may be small and remote, but it offers a world of activities and attractions. It’s for birders, anglers, historians, geologists, berry-pickers, flower-enthusiasts and kids who love to jump in streams and roll around on the tundra.

It’s for eagle watchers, beach combers, swimmers, rockhounds, kayakers and those who want to see old Russian icons in the first cruciform-style church. Wildflowers of Unalaska Island: A Guide to the Flowering Plants of an Aleutian Island.

Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. Golovin, Pavel Nikolaevich The End of Russian America: Captain P. Golovin’s Last Report. Translation by Basil Dmytryshyn and E.A.P.

Crownhart-Vaughan of A Review of the Russian Colonies in North America. Unalaska Plants and Flowers In the high reaches of Unalaska’s volcanically-formed peaks, the flora hugs the ground, a natural defense against Aleutian winds, snow and cold.

Between June and August, Unalaska’s wildflowers decorate the undulating green hills in .Flowers scentless or musky, green; upper sepal pointing up or forward; lower petal wider than the others, hanging down but with tip pointing upward; short spur extending backward toward stem but not crossing it.

Grows in dry places in mixed forests at low to mid elevations. The species is named for Unalaska, an island in the Aleutian chain.Considered the gateway to the Aleutian Islands, Unalaska lies approximately miles southwest of Anchorage and 45 nautical miles from Akutan.

The Island of Unalaska is home to the International Port of Dutch Harbor - the number one commercial fishing port in the nation where you can go birding, beach combing, berry picking, fishing or kayaking.