|Summary||This book is a memoir written about Kate "Jackson" Rankin's life at the Tiekhel Roadhouse in the summer 1936. She lived there for one year. Her mother, who is Athabascan, was the lead cook at the Tiekhel Roadhouse. They lived there with Nellie, Kate's little sister.|
|Collection||Valdez Museum Collection|
|Author||Kate "Jackson" Rankin|
|Author added entry||Early Days in Alaska|
|Title||Road House: Tiekhel|
|Publisher||Chugach Alaska Corporation|
One white paper back book containing 169 pages
The contents and cover images and text are black and white
The back cover is plain white while the cover has an image of Kate Rankin sitting on a wooden boardwalk holding a black cat with a rustic cabin behind her
The title is in black, bold lettering "Road House:
Tiekhel" and is positioned above the image outside of it's thin black boarder
The border is offset by one inch
Under the boarder and image in small text says "Kate "Jackson" Rankin, Early Days in Alaska"
Rankin, Kate "Jackson"
Goodlataw, Kathryn Havana