Awa'uqi massimõrv

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Grigori Šelihhovi juhtimisel vene karusnahakaupmehed ja esimene vene asula lähedal Sitkalidaki saarel (Kodiaki saarel, Гавань Трёх Святителей)

Awa’uqi massimõrv[1][2][3][4] või Alaska Wounded Knee veresaun[5][6] oli 8. augustil 1784 Kodiaki saar lähedal Sitkalidaki saarel leidis kui vene karusnahakaupmehed Grigori Šelihhovi juhtimisel tapsid 500[7] kuni 2000[2] (või 1000[8] ~ 2500-3000[9]) jupiki eskimo (Kodiaki supikid) meest, naist ja last.

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  1. Sven Haakanson, Jr. (2010), Written Voices Become History. In Being and Becoming Indigenous Archaeologists. George Nicholas (editor). Left Coast press, Inc., 2010
  2. 2,0 2,1 Ben Fitzhugh (2003), The Evolution of Complex Hunter-Gatherers: archaeological evidence from the North Pacific, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, 2003
  3. Afognak Village Timeline
  4. Korry Keeker, What it means to be Alutiiq / State museum exhibit examines Kodiak-area Native culture, Friday, April 25, 2003
  5. Alaskans examine site of 1784 Russian massacre, The Prescott Courrier. Wednesday, August 19, 1992
  6. John Enders (1992), Archaeologist May Have Found Site Of Alaska Massacre, The Seattle Times, Sunday, August 16, 1992
  7. What it means to be Alutiiq
  8. The History of Kodiak Island
  9. The Afognak Alutiiq People: Our History and Culture, Alutiiq, a wholly owned subdiary of Afognak Native Corporation, July 2008

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