Dauenhauers' "Battle of Sitka" wins nat'l literary honor

SITKA, ALASKA Richard and Nora Marks Dauenhauer have won a 2008 American Book Award for their latest publication “Anóoshi Lingít Aaní Ká: Russians in Tlingit America, The Battles of Sitka 1802 and 1804.”
As KCAW’s Robert Woolsey reports, the Dauenhauers, along with their co-editor, the late Lydia Black, have compiled what is likely the most diverse examination to-date of the struggle for control of Southeast Alaska:
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