Finstad, G. 2008. Applied Range Ecology Of Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) On The Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
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Carlson, S. 2005. Economic Impact of Reindeer-Caribou Interactions On The Seward Peninsula.
Cebrian, M. 2005. Effects Of Simulated Climate Change On The Reproductive Phenology Of Cottongrass: Implications For Growth And Reproduction Of Reindeer And Caribou On The Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
Oleson, H. 2005. Changing Strategies in Seward Peninsula Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) Management
Rattenbury, K. 2006. Reindeer Herding, Weather And Environmental Change On The Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
Moore, K. E. 2011. Collaborative Monitoring of Seward Peninsula, Alaska Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) Grazing Lands.
St. Martin, M. L. 2012. Ecological Development of A Management Plan For Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) On St. George Island, Alaska.
Andrews, Clarence, L. The Eskimo and His Reindeer in Alaska. The Caxon Printers, Ltd. Caldwell, Idaho. 1939.
Beach, Hugh. A Year in Lapland: Guest of the Reindeer Herders. University of Washington Press. 2001. 256 pp.
Conasty, Gerry. Reindeer Herders of the Mackenzie Delta. Firefly Books. 2004. 96 pp.
Ederer, Bernard, F. Bingo, Gallant Reindeer Dog. Exposition Press, Hicksville, New York. 1977.
Hadwen, Seymour, I. Reindeer in Alaska. Shorey’s Bookstore, Seattle, Washington. 1973. 104 pp.
Murray, Keith, A. Reindeer and Gold. Center for Pacific Studies, Bellingham, Washington. 1988.
North, Dick. Arctic Exodus: The Last Great Trail Drive. MacMillan of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 1991.
Post, Gordon. Raising Reindeer for Pleasure and Profit. 1998. 92 pp.
Postell, Alice. Where Did the Reindeer Come From? Alaska Experience, the First Fifty Years. Amaknak Press, Portland, Oregon. 1990.
Rausch, V. R. and D. L. Baldwin (eds.). The Yukon Relief Expedition and the Journal of Carl Johan Sakariassen. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks, Alaska. 2002.
Rinaldo, Peter, M. The Great Reindeer Caper: The Missionary and the Miners. Dorpete Press. 1997.
Seveck, Chester, A. Longest Reindeer Herder. Arctic Circle Enterprises. 1973.
Stern, Richard, O., Edward, L. Arobio, Larry L. Naylor, and Wayne C. Thomas. Eskimos, Reindeer, and Land. Agricultural Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Bulletin 59. 1980.
Took, Richard. Running with Reindeer: Encounters in Russian Lapland. Westview Press, London, England. 2003. 365 pp.
Tower, Elizabeth, A. Reading, Religion, and Reindeer: Sheldon Jackson’s Legacy to Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska. 1988.
Vorren, Rnulv and Ornulv Vorren. Saami, Reindeer, and Gold in Alaska: the Emigration of Saami from Norway to Alaska. Waveland Press, Prospect Heights, IL. 1994. 172pp.
Arnold, Caroline. Reindeer. Scholastic Books. 1993.
Bernhard, Emery, and Durga Bernhard. Reindeer. Holiday House, New York. 1994.
Brett, Jan. The Wild Christmas Reindeer. Putnam Publishing Group, New York. 1990.
Denzel, Justin, F. Snowfoot: White Reindeer of the Arctic. Garrard Publishing Company, Champaign, Illinois. 1976.
Kingman, Lee. The Secret Journey of the Silver Reindeer. Doubleday, New York. 1968. 93 pp.
Kvale, Velma, R. Tobuk, Reindeer Herder. T. S. Denison Publishing Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1968. 112pp.
Lepthien, Emilie, U. Reindeer. Children’s Press. 1994.
Lightener Hopf, Alice. Biography of an American Reindeer. Putnam Publishing Group, New York. 1976.
McCaughrean, Geraldine. How the Reindeer got their Antlers. Holiday House, New York. 2000. 32 pp.
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Savage, Alma. Smoozie: The Story of an Alaskan Reindeer Fawn. Sheed and Ward, New York. 1941.
Canada's Reindeer. Inuk Films. 1981. 24 minutes.
This film is the story of the famous reindeer trek from Alaska to Canada in 1935. The Canadian government settled the reindeer in the Mackenzie Delta to improve the economic conditions of the Inuit people.
High Tech on the Tundra. Science Times. 2002. 20 minutes.
A recent film describing the herder's plight on the Seward Peninsula as they struggle to keep their reindeer from following the caribou. Features UAF Reindeer Research Program researchers and Nome area residents.
The Herd. National Film Board of Canada. 1999. 100 minutes.
This film traces the story of Andrew Bahr's drive of 3,000 reindeer over 3,000 miles from Alaska to Canada in 1935. What was supposed to take 18 months took 6 years.
The Odyssey of Captain Healy. Waterfront Sounding Productions. 60 minutes.
The story of Mike Healy, the law and order of the Alaska Territory. Captain Healy was instrumental in bringing reindeer to Alaska.
The Reindeer Queen. Waterfront Soundings Productions. 28 minutes.
&The story of Mary Antisarlook, owner of the largest reindeer herd, during the Nome gold rush.