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Traditionally these riverine Eskimos in southwestern Alaska placed an inordinate value on restraint. Villagers typically were modest and reserved, listened attentively as older people spoke, made requests indirectly, were nonaggressive, and strove mightily to avoid confrontations among themselves and in dealing with strangers. 1 Aggressive acts by individuals or groups were infrequent and were motivated by highly unusual circumstances. Contrawise, the Westerners with whom they have had expanding contacts characteristically have been authoritarian, self-assertive if not aggressive in their behavior, and have expected specific answers to questions rather than deferential ones.

Upriver another fifty miles at Kalskag, the channel narrows abruptly, and large spruce stands become more common. 15 The river surface, be it water, ice, or snow-covered ice, has been and remains the primary thoroughfare for local travelers. The river begins to freeze in early November, and it remains ice-covered until about mid-May. During periods before freezeup and breakup, travel can be dangerous. It may take new ice a few weeks to thicken enough to support a dog sled or snowmobile, and the spring meltwater can prove troublesome as well.

The Yukon River, which ranks fifth, discharges 240,000 cubic feet per second. The distance from the mouth of the Kuskokwim to the farthest headwater stream is about 850 miles, 582 of which comprise the named river. 12 Compared with many Alaskan rivers the Kuskokwim has a moderate, even gentle flow. The riverbed drops less than one foot per mile, and its waters seldom flow faster than six miles an hour. Waterfalls do not impede river travel, and rapids are confined to tributaries and headwater streams.

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