"And now, a Channel 6 editorial reply to someone." ] 2 a. What kind of coverage, if any, does Anchorage get in NAN2 (or ] any other SR supplement)?
NAN Vol. 2 covers the Athabascan Council, where Anchorage is. And it doesn't really give it any detail, for whatever reason (incidentally, only Las Vegas is really covered in any sort of depth, as I recall, and that's in Vol. 1). I can tell you some things though...storms often blow in off the Gulf of Alaska, there's a major international airport in Anchorage, and the only pink-skin tribe resides near it. Those're the only mentions of Anchorage at all, and the storm thing I just threw in for interest's sake. If you want more info on the A.C. in general, give me a private mail (I won't say something silly like "Go buy NAN Vol. 2," 'cause I hate that...).
In a message dated 5/7/1999 8:58:12 PM US Eastern Standard Time, cuellare@***.telmex.net.mx writes:
> > 3. Do they still celebrate "Cinco de Mayo" in Aztlan? > > OF COURSE :-) a bunch of indians (nacionales in Aztlan S words or > autoctonos ) give run for his money to the most powerfull army of the > time. > Also Aztlan is a imperialism country > Actually, they probably still have "Cinco de Mayo" celebrated as something akin to the USA's "Thanksgiving" now, and the new "Independence Day" would be matching the moment "sovereignty" was announced/recognized for the nation of Aztlan.
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