Dale in her basement printshop, 1977
July 2, 1914|
Bismarck, North Dakota
|Died||November 21, 2006
|Known for||printmaker, book illustrator|
|Spouse(s)||R. N. DeArmond|
Dale F. Burlison met Robert Neil DeArmond, a native of Sitka, Alaska, while they were classmates at Stadium High School in Tacoma, Washington. They married on July 29, 1935 and lived on a troller in Sitka. In 1938, they moved to Pelican, then to Ketchikan in 1944 and back to Sitka in 1949.
She illustrated a book for the Sitka Printing Company. In 1953, they moved to Juneau, where her husband was executive assistant to territorial governor B. Frank Heintzleman. She worked for the Alaska Territorial Library, then for the Juneau city library, where she was director from 1958 to 1979. They moved to the Sitka Pioneer Home in 1991.
They had a son and a daughter.
- 2008, "Dale DeArmond: Nondalton Legends"
- 2009 "Recent Acquisitions '06-08", Juneau-Douglas City Museum 
- Juneau; a book of woodcuts, Alaska Northwest Pub. Co., 1973, ISBN 978-0-88240-021-1
- Raven: A Collection of Woodcuts, Alaska Northwest Publishing Co. 1975.; Graphic Arts Center, 1986, ISBN 978-0-88240-309-0
- R. N. DeArmond (1978). Early visitors to southeastern Alaska: nine accounts. Illustrator Dale DeArmond. Alaska Northwest Pub. Co. ISBN 978-0-88240-116-4.
- Dale De Armond: a first book collection of her prints, Alaska Northwest Pub. Co., 1979, ISBN 978-0-88240-131-7
- Berry Woman's Children, Greenwillow Books, 1985, ISBN 978-0-688-05814-2
- The First Man, Old Harbor Press, 1990, ISBN 978-0-9615529-6-1
- The boy who found the light: Eskimo folktales, Sierra Club Books, 1990, ISBN 978-0-316-17787-0
- Sun signs from a polar star: a northern zodiac, Old Harbor Press, 1993, ISBN 978-1-881655-02-2
- Frederica De Laguna (1995). Tales from the Dena: Indian stories from the Tanana, Koyukuk, & Yukon rivers. Illustrator Dale DeArmond. University of Washington Press. ISBN 978-0-295-97435-4.
- The Seal Oil Lamp. Gibbs Smith. 1996. ISBN 978-0-87156-858-8.
- Tales from the four winds of the north: Alaska native folktales, LapCat Pub., 1996, ISBN 978-0-9641998-3-5
- "Dale DeArmond". Juneau Empire. November 29, 2006.
- "Fine Arts Collection". Finearts.luther.edu. 2013-10-15. Retrieved 2013-10-24.
- "Dale DeArmond: Alaska State Museums". Museums.state.ak.us. 2013-03-13. Retrieved 2013-10-24.
- "City Museum's new show asks community to answer 'What does it mean to be in this place?'". The Juneau Eagle. January 2, 2009.
- "Children's Book Review: Berry Woman's Children by Dale De Armond". Publishersweekly.com. 1985-09-01. Retrieved 2013-10-24.
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